Eye Movements of Younger and Older Drivers

@article{Maltz1999EyeMO,
  title={Eye Movements of Younger and Older Drivers},
  author={Masha Maltz and David Shinar},
  journal={Human factors},
  year={1999},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={15-25}
}
This 2-part study focuses on eye movements to explain driving-related visual performance in younger and older persons. In the first task, participants' eye movements were monitored as they viewed a traffic scene image with a numeric overlay and visually located the numbers in their sequential order. The results showed that older participants had significantly longer search episodes than younger participants, and that the visual search of older adults was characterized by more fixations and… CONTINUE READING

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