Drivers' and non-drivers' performance in a change detection task with static driving scenes: is there a benefit of experience?

  title={Drivers' and non-drivers' performance in a change detection task with static driving scenes: is there a benefit of experience?},
  author={Nan Zhao and Wenfeng Chen and Yuming Xuan and Bruce Mehler and Bryan Reimer and Xiaolan Fu},
  volume={57 7},
UNLABELLED The 'looked-but-failed-to-see' phenomenon is crucial to driving safety. Previous research utilising change detection tasks related to driving has reported inconsistent effects of driver experience on the ability to detect changes in static driving scenes. Reviewing these conflicting results, we suggest that drivers' increased ability to detect changes will only appear when the task requires a pattern of visual attention distribution typical of actual driving. By adding a distant… CONTINUE READING

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