29 –Risk Perception & Tolerance in Driving/Glare in Sports

How good are drivers at detecting risks and dangers that lurk around the corner? What is the best way to assess this ability? Do people actually want some risk when driving? Is the desire for risk going to counteract our efforts to making make the road safer through interventions?
-How does glare effect sports performance and do products like eye black actually work? (Time 22:03)
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Understanding Driving
Flashbulb memories
Visual search of driving situations: Danger and experience
Drivers’ hazard perception ability: Situation awareness on the road
Can a video-based hazard perception test used for driver licensing predict crash involvement?
A Theory of Risk Homeostasis: Implications for Safety and Health
A driving-simulator test of Wilde’s risk homeostasis theory
Risk homeostasis theory: Problems of the past and promises for the future
Lost in the Lights: The Effects of Glare on Catching Performance

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