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Drivers' and non-drivers' performance in a change detection task with static driving scenes: is there a benefit of experience?
Zhao, Nan1,2; Chen, Wenfeng1; Xuan, Yuming1; Mehler, Bruce3,4; Reimer, Bryan3,4; Fu, Xiaolan1
2014-07-01
Source PublicationERGONOMICS
ISSN0014-0139
SubtypeArticle
Volume57Issue:7Pages:998-1007
AbstractThe 'looked-but-failed-to-see' phenomenon is crucial to driving safety. Previous research utilising change detection tasks related to driving has reported inconsistent effects of driver experience on the ability to detect changes in static driving scenes. Reviewing these conflicting results, we suggest that drivers' increased ability to detect changes will only appear when the task requires a pattern of visual attention distribution typical of actual driving. By adding a distant fixation point on the road image, we developed a modified change blindness paradigm and measured detection performance of drivers and non-drivers. Drivers performed better than non-drivers only in scenes with a fixation point. Furthermore, experience effect interacted with the location of the change and the relevance of the change to driving. These results suggest that learning associated with driving experience reflects increased skill in the efficient distribution of visual attention across both the central focus area and peripheral objects.
KeywordDriving Experience Change Blindness Change Detection Visual Attention Distribution Driving Scenes
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Language英语
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/14219
Collection脑与认知科学国家重点实验室
Affiliation1.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Psychol, State Key Lab Brain & Cognit Sci, Beijing 100101, Peoples R China
2.Univ Chinese Acad Sci, Beijing, Peoples R China
3.MIT, AgeLab, Cambridge, MA 02139 USA
4.Univ New England, Transportat Ctr, Cambridge, MA USA
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Zhao, Nan,Chen, Wenfeng,Xuan, Yuming,et al. Drivers' and non-drivers' performance in a change detection task with static driving scenes: is there a benefit of experience?[J]. ERGONOMICS,2014,57(7):998-1007.
APA Zhao, Nan,Chen, Wenfeng,Xuan, Yuming,Mehler, Bruce,Reimer, Bryan,&Fu, Xiaolan.(2014).Drivers' and non-drivers' performance in a change detection task with static driving scenes: is there a benefit of experience?.ERGONOMICS,57(7),998-1007.
MLA Zhao, Nan,et al."Drivers' and non-drivers' performance in a change detection task with static driving scenes: is there a benefit of experience?".ERGONOMICS 57.7(2014):998-1007.
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