Influence of person- and situation-specific characteristics on collision avoidance behavior in human locomotion.

@article{Knorr2016InfluenceOP,
  title={Influence of person- and situation-specific characteristics on collision avoidance behavior in human locomotion.},
  author={Alexander Knorr and Lina Willacker and Joachim Hermsd{\"o}rfer and Stefan Glasauer and Melanie Kr{\"u}ger},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2016},
  volume={42 9},
  pages={1332-43}
}
In everyday situations, pedestrians deploy successful strategies to avoid collisions with other persons crossing their paths. In this study, 2 experiments were conducted to investigate to what extent personal or situational characteristics affect role attribution and contribution to successful collision avoidance in human locomotion. Pairs of subjects walked at their natural speed from a start to a goal point. Walking paths were defined in such a way that subjects would collide halfway on their… CONTINUE READING
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