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Cognitive activity modelling: a case study of lane change schemas and sensation seeking

conference contribution
posted on 03.07.2009, 12:54 authored by Tony Wynn, John H. Richardson, Olivier Georgeon, Thierry Bellet, Matthias J. Henning, Josef F. Krems
We propose a method to investigate differences of driving at a tactical level, between different categories of drivers. We analysed the naturalistic driving performance of 19 French drivers using an instrumented vehicle. We assessed their sensation seeking scores with the Zuckerman questionnaire. We observed a significant correlation between their sensation seeking score and their mean speed on motorway. We set up a method to model their tactical behaviour and investigate possible correlation between their sensation seeking score and their tendency to perform certain types of behaviour. We applied it to the study of lane changes on motorways. We could model two categories of lane changes but we show that they were not correlated with the sensation seeking score. Despite this negative first result, we are proposing an innovative approach for this kind of study.

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WYNN, T. ... et al, 2008. Cognitive activity modelling: a case study of lane change schemas and sensation seeking. IN: Proceedings of the European Conference on Human Centred Design for Intelligent Transport Systems, 3-4th April 2008, Lyon, France

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HUMANIST Publications / © Wynn, T., Richardson, J., Georgeon, O., Bellet, T., Henning, M., Krems, J.

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AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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2008

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This is a conference paper. More information on the conference can be found at http://www.conference.noehumanist.org/

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en

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