Cognition and Emotion in Driver Behaviour Models : Some Critical Viewpoints

@inproceedings{Vaa2005CognitionAE,
  title={Cognition and Emotion in Driver Behaviour Models : Some Critical Viewpoints},
  author={Truls Vaa},
  year={2005}
}
Several driver behaviour models have been proposed during the years, the first one in 1938 by Gibson and Crooks’ and their theoretical field-analysis of automobile driving. Since then, several authors have contributed to the understanding of driver behaviour by developing models. The most important are considered to be, chronologically: • Taylor on “Drivers’ galvanic skin responses and the risk of accidents” (1964) • Näätänen and Summalas’ “Zero-Risk Model” (1974) • Ajzen and Fishbeins’ “Theory… CONTINUE READING

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