Driving Behaviour Research Area

The members of the Driving Behaviour Research Area are interested in improving driver safety, and work on comparing how novice and experienced drivers differ in their perception of road scenes, how road scene cues (road signs, GPS) can be made most useful for drivers, and how eye movements during driving and related tasks can affect road safety.

The group has received funding from the British Academy/Leverhulme Trust.

The Driving Behaviour Research Area is part of the Applied, Social and Health Psychology Research Group.


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