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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-06-033
Date: August 2006
Task Analysis of Intersection Driving Scenarios: Information Processing Bottlenecks
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Topics: research, safety, intersection safety
Keywords: research, safety, task analysis, driver behavior, intersections, information processing, driver workload
TRT Terms: Motor vehicle drivers--Psychology, Human information processing, Traffic safety--Psychological aspects