ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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Modern day driving continues to burgeon with attention detractors found inside and outside drivers' vehicles (e.g. cell phones, other road users, etc.). This study explores a regularly disregarded attention detractor experienced by drivers: self-regulation. Results suggest self-regulation and WMC has the potential to affect attentional control, producing maladaptive changes in driving performance in maximum speed, acceleration, and time headway. Dissertation/Thesis
- Sinocruz, Jerome Quinto, Sanchez, Christopher A, Branaghan, Russel J, et al.
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