Free online training in situation awareness, hazard perception and risk management for learner drivers in New Zealand

@inproceedings{Isler2011FreeOT,
  title={Free online training in situation awareness, hazard perception and risk management for learner drivers in New Zealand},
  author={Robert B. Isler and Nadine M. Isler},
  year={2011}
}
This paper will describe the psychological and educational rationales behind the development of the online interactive training system ‘eDrive’ (www.edrive.co.nz). Novice drivers lack crucial higher-order driving skills such as visual search, situation awareness, hazard anticipation and risk management. More than 100 live-action and video-based traffic scenarios allow drivers to practice these skills from the safety of their own homes - and to have fun at the same time. The evidence-based… CONTINUE READING

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