Individual differences during driver secondary task performance: verbal protocol and visual allocation findings.

@article{Lansdown2002IndividualDD,
  title={Individual differences during driver secondary task performance: verbal protocol and visual allocation findings.},
  author={Terry C. Lansdown},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2002},
  volume={34 5},
  pages={655-62}
}
This paper reports a study in which visual allocation and verbal reports were recorded to determine individual differences in drivers conducting in-vehicle tasks. Participants drove a simulated route whilst conducting pre-defined tasks using the in-vehicle entertainment system. Tasks of varying complexity were presented to the participants. Licensed (experienced) drivers made significantly more verbal reports relating to road signs and markings, vehicles, scenery in general and vehicle… CONTINUE READING