Intervallo Psicotecnico di Reazione al Variare dei Livelli di Allerta del Conducente

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Psycho-technical Interval of Reaction to Varying Driver Alert Levels

Maria Rita Ciceri, Daniele Ruscio

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] Although it is obvious and notorious that without perception of danger, there is no reaction, therefore that without perception of danger the driver cannot implement any preventive or emergency action, of the IPTR in its entire process if it still knows very little . If it is true that an accident is always generated when this could still be avoided, and not at the time of the collision, it is then evident that the knowledge of the phases of perception and reaction are fundamental, not only for the understanding of the claim but also for pre-vents and driving instruction in the broad sense. This research work is therefore not a technical or psychological analysis only, but the real is the fusion of both, in a single joint and contemporary study, where the results of one serve and inextricably complete the other. In addition to this interdisciplinary synergy, the application of the DDC has led researchers (prof. Ciceri, dr. Ruscio and eng. Balestra) to operate on the ground, therefore to acquire and analyze data referring to human reality in the actual road context, so well more reliable than those produced by simulation.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Psycho-technical Interval of Reaction to Varying Driver Alert Levels
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationIn-sicurezza stradale Psicologia del traffico e sinergie interdisciplinari Atti del Convegno (Milano, 11 giugno 2011)
EditorsMARIA RITA CICERI, FEDERICA BIASSONI, DANIELE RUSCIO
Pages16-22
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Keywords

  • INTERVALLO PSICOTECNICO
  • PROCESSI COGNITIVI

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