Age-Related Differences in the use of Visual Cues and Expectancy Location Information in Detecting Driving Hazards : An Assessment from the Ideal Observer

@inproceedings{Swan2015AgeRelatedDI,
  title={Age-Related Differences in the use of Visual Cues and Expectancy Location Information in Detecting Driving Hazards : An Assessment from the Ideal Observer},
  author={Eleanor F Swan},
  year={2015}
}
There is a concern with an increasing ageing driving population because older drivers have a higher crash rate/mile than other age groups. An attempt to further understand this was from the perspective of visual attention driven by cues, which carry probable information of a target's location. Cues are important in driving because hazards appear in likely… CONTINUE READING