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Understanding Driving: Applying Cognitive Psychology to a Complex Everyday Task (Routledge Frontiers of Cognitive Science) [Hardcover]

John A. Groeger
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Perhaps the most immediately apparent aspects of the driving task are that drivers must asses the distance between themselves and other odjects, the speed at which both are travelling, and how these might combine to allow the driver to act appropriately in the time available. Read the first page
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