Subjective evaluation of mental fatigue and characteristics of attention during a driving simulation

Yan Zhang1, Jingjing Gong2, Danmin Miao1, Xia Zhu1, Yebing Yang1
1Fourth Military Medical University, People’s Republic of China
2Beijing Military General Hospital, People’s Republic of China
Cite this article:  Zhang, Y., Gong, J., Miao, D., Zhu, X., & Yang, Y. (2011). Subjective evaluation of mental fatigue and characteristics of attention during a driving simulation. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 39(1), 15-20.

Volume 39 Issue 1 | e2103 | Published: February 2011 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2011.39.1.15

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Sixteen healthy taxi drivers comprised the sample in this study. A variety of attention and the Subjective Fatigue Symptom Questionnaire (Hideki, Masaya, & Heihachiro, 1999) were recorded before and after their 6-hour driving simulation. For comparison, the drivers’ attention and fatigue levels were measured again on their days off. It can be concluded that, under the condition of driving simulation, drivers’ attention was damaged by fatigue before they perceived it.

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