Risky driving behavior: a consequence of motion adaptation for visually guided motor action.

@article{Gray2000RiskyDB,
  title={Risky driving behavior: a consequence of motion adaptation for visually guided motor action.},
  author={Rob Gray and David Regan},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2000},
  volume={26 6},
  pages={1721-32}
}
The authors examined the effect of adaptation to expansion on overtaking maneuvers in a driving simulator. Following driving on a straight empty road for 5 min, drivers initiated overtaking substantially later (220-510 ms) than comparable maneuvers made following viewing a static scene or following 5 min of curve driving. Following adaptation to contraction (produced by driving backward), observers initiated overtaking significantly sooner. The removal of the road texture significantly reduced… CONTINUE READING

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