Driver Reaction Time to Tactile and Auditory Rear-End Collision Warnings While Talking on a Cell Phone

@article{Mohebbi2009DriverRT,
  title={Driver Reaction Time to Tactile and Auditory Rear-End Collision Warnings While Talking on a Cell Phone},
  author={Rayka Mohebbi and Rob Gray and Hong Z. Tan},
  journal={Human factors},
  year={2009},
  volume={51 1},
  pages={102-10}
}
OBJECTIVE This study examined the effectiveness of rear-end collision warnings presented in different sensory modalities while drivers were engaged in cell phone conversations in a driving simulator. BACKGROUND Tactile and auditory collision warnings have been shown to improve braking response time (RT) in rear-end collision situations. However, it is not clear how effective these warnings are when the driver is engaged in attentionally demanding secondary tasks, such as talking on a cell… CONTINUE READING

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