Galvanic Skin Response As An Indicator Of Stress During Driving 845021

The galvanic skin response (GSR) was measured under various circumstances and it was found that GSR gave a quantitative indication of driver reaction and is particularly informative in that it gives a response of otherwise subliminal stimuli. The response is also outside the driver's control and is therefore not affected by his subjective prejudices. Data were obtained for various traffic situations and conditions, different road layouts and when drivers were entering major roads and motorways or changing lanes and results and their implications are discussed.


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