Estimates of prevalence and risk associated with inattention and distraction based upon in situ naturalistic data.

  title={Estimates of prevalence and risk associated with inattention and distraction based upon in situ naturalistic data.},
  author={Thomas A. Dingus},
  journal={Annals of advances in automotive medicine. Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine. Annual Scientific Conference},
By using in situ naturalistic driving data, estimates of prevalence and risk can be made regarding driver populations' secondary task distractions and crash rates. Through metadata analysis, three populations of drivers (i.e., adult light vehicle, teenaged light vehicle, and adult heavy vehicle) were compared regarding frequency of secondary task behavior and the associated risk for safety-critical incidents. Relative risk estimates provide insight into the risk associated with engaging in a… CONTINUE READING
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