Effects of remote and in-person verbal interactions on verbalization rates and attention to dynamic spatial scenes.

@article{Gugerty2004EffectsOR,
  title={Effects of remote and in-person verbal interactions on verbalization rates and attention to dynamic spatial scenes.},
  author={Leo Gugerty and Mick Rakauskas and Johnell O. Brooks},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2004},
  volume={36 6},
  pages={1029-43}
}
This study focused on how teams allocated attention between a driving-related spatial task and a verbal task, and how different kinds of verbal interactions affected performance of the driving-related task. In Experiment 1, 29 two-person teams performed an interactive verbal task while one team member also performed a simulated driving task. Of the team members performing only the verbal task, half could see their partner's spatial situation, as a car passenger can (in-person condition), and… CONTINUE READING

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