DOI

10.17077/drivingassessment.1099

Location

Park City, Utah

Date

22-7-2003

Session

Session 3 - Posters

Abstract

Cognitive Task Analysis and methods for analyzing Naturalistic Decision Making are powerful tools that can be applied to transportation research. In conjunction with simulators, these methods allow increased understanding of real user interactions with their in-vehicle systems, and the decision processes involved in the operational aspects of driving, navigating, and using infotainment support systems. Adopting this approach facilitates investigation of driver performance under a range of workload and stress conditions, which supports future development of a prototypical model that will encapsulate the cognitive and perceptual-motor demands of driving in the presence of situational stressors under both high- and low-workload conditions.

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Copyright © 2003 the authors

DC Citation

Proceedings of the Second International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design, July 21-24, 2003, Park City, Utah. Iowa City, IA: Public Policy Center, of Iowa, 2003: 70-72.

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Naturalistic Driving: User and Task Analysis

Park City, Utah

Cognitive Task Analysis and methods for analyzing Naturalistic Decision Making are powerful tools that can be applied to transportation research. In conjunction with simulators, these methods allow increased understanding of real user interactions with their in-vehicle systems, and the decision processes involved in the operational aspects of driving, navigating, and using infotainment support systems. Adopting this approach facilitates investigation of driver performance under a range of workload and stress conditions, which supports future development of a prototypical model that will encapsulate the cognitive and perceptual-motor demands of driving in the presence of situational stressors under both high- and low-workload conditions.