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The last few years have seen a rapid growth of interest in a new area of research known as 'neuroergonomics'. How can the latest insights from psychology and cognitive neuroscience be applied to the design of multisensory warning signals, with the aim of making driving safer?

Type

Journal article

Journal

Psychologist

Publication Date

01/09/2012

Volume

25

Pages

664 - 667