Visual Behavior of Novice Drivers in Obstacle Negotiation under Alcohol-Dosed Conditions 900140
In this study, the obstacle negotiation behavior of novice drivers is investigated under the influence of alcohol. Following results are obtained that the fixation durations for the intoxicated subjects increased in proportion to the blood alcohol concentration levels and the subjects tended to fix intensively on the specific objects for negotiation cues. All subjects exhibited the unusual saccadic movements at the intoxicated conditions.
Citation: Masuda, K., Nagata, M., Kuriyama, H., and Sato, T., "Visual Behavior of Novice Drivers in Obstacle Negotiation under Alcohol-Dosed Conditions," SAE Technical Paper 900140, 1990, https://doi.org/10.4271/900140. Download Citation
Kenji Masuda, Masami Nagata, Hirosi Kuriyama, Takeshi B. Sato