Physiological and behavioural changes associated to the management of secondary tasks while driving.

@article{Collet2009PhysiologicalAB,
  title={Physiological and behavioural changes associated to the management of secondary tasks while driving.},
  author={Christian Collet and Antoine Clarion and Magali Morel and Alain Chapon and Carine C. Petit},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  year={2009},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={1041-6}
}
Sharing attention between two tasks requiring the same mental resources is supposed to increase the resulting strain. Phoning while driving may elicit cognitive interference between driving operations and conversation and consequently, may affect driving efficiency. The road scene cues may thus be perceived late or even omitted, increasing the probability to be involved in a critical situation. The aim of the experiment was to study how the additional strain elicited by a secondary task may… CONTINUE READING

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