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EEG Alpha Spindles as Indicators for Prolonged Brake Reaction Time During Auditory Secondary Tasks in a Real Road Driving Study

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Schrauf, Michael ; Sonnleitner, Andreas ; Simon, Michael ; Kincses, Wilhelm E.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 19 Aug 2016 13:35


Driver distraction accounts for a substantial number of traffic accidents. Therefore, the impact of auditory secondary tasks on driving performance was examined. In addition to performance measures, i.e. reaction time on emergency brakings of a leading vehicle, mental driver states were described by electroencephalographic (EEG: alpha spindles, alpha band power) as well as cardiac activity (ECG: ...


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