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SELF-ASSESSMENT, QUESTIONNAIRES AND MEMORY TESTS IN A SIMULATED DRIVING TASK

Abstract : This paper concerns the results of a memorizing test (visual recognition and hearing recall) during an experiment of simulated driving in a magneto-encephalographic environment. The memory tests (questionnaires) are adapted to the measurement of subjective self-assessment: "tiredness" and "facility" perceptions, corralled to simple (ST) and double task (ST/DT: hearing a radio broadcast). Each subject has to answer questions and perform these tests in order to determine the psychological effect of a DT (paying attention to radio broadcasting), during his attentive driving and afferent decision-making (18 driving sessions). A debriefing questionnaire is proposed to evaluate the subject's awareness on DT effect.
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Chantal Combe-Pangaud, Armelle Jacquet-Andrieu. SELF-ASSESSMENT, QUESTIONNAIRES AND MEMORY TESTS IN A SIMULATED DRIVING TASK. First International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, Sep 2009, Göteborg, Sweden. pp.10-20. ⟨halshs-00651902⟩

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