n/a - February 17th, 16:04
Study Name: The difference between novice and experienced drivers in recognising hazards using eye tracking and reaction time.
Description: This study involves watching the DVSA hazard perception videos. You will be sat in front of an eye tracking device and your reaction time will be measured. For each video you will need to look out for one developing hazard, once you have, you will need to press a button as quickly as you can.
Duration: the study will take 20-30 minutes
Eligibility: I am looking for students of any age from 18-60. You must have held your full driving licence for 3 years or more, or within 1 year of passing your practical.
Credits: 0.5 credits will be offered, if required
If you would like to take part timeslots are up on SONA or email me what day and time you can do and, we can arrange something.
The study has received ethics approval by the Psychology Departmental Research Ethics Panel (DREP) and ratified by the Faculty Research Ethics Panel under the terms of Anglia Ruskin University’s Policy and Code of Practice for the Conduct of Research with Human Participants