Comparison of Novice and Experienced Drivers Using the Seev Model to Predict Attention Allocation at Intersections during Simulated Driving

@inproceedings{Bos2015ComparisonON,
  title={Comparison of Novice and Experienced Drivers Using the Seev Model to Predict Attention Allocation at Intersections during Simulated Driving},
  author={Alexander J. Bos and Daniele Ruscio and Nicholas Cassavaugh and Justin Lach and Pujitha Gunaratne and Richard W. Backs},
  year={2015}
}
We compared the eye movements of novice drivers and experienced drivers while they drove a simulated driving scenario that included a number of intersections interspersed with stretches of straight road. The intersections included non-hazard events. Cassavaugh, Bos, McDonald, Gunaratne, & Backs (2013) attempted to model attention allocation of experienced drivers using the SEEV model. Here we compared two SEEV model fits between those experienced drivers and a sample of novice drivers. The… CONTINUE READING

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