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https://doi.org/10.17559/TV-20200210081710

Research on the Influence of Roadside Billboards on Cognitive Workload of Young Drivers and Traffic Safety

Miljenko Mustapić*   ORCID icon orcid.org/0000-0002-9133-182X ; H2 komunikacije d.o.o., Dr. Franje Tuđmana 14b, 10 431 Sveta Nedelja, Croatia
Joso Vrkljan   ORCID icon orcid.org/0000-0002-9076-6872 ; Likaceste LLC, Smiljanska 41, 53 000 Gospić, Croatia
Vjekoslav Jeleč ; Clinic Hospital Dubrava, Avenue Gojko Šušak 6, 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia

Puni tekst: engleski, pdf (900 KB) str. 488-494 preuzimanja: 30* citiraj
APA 6th Edition
Mustapić*, M., Vrkljan, J. i Jeleč, V. (2021). Research on the Influence of Roadside Billboards on Cognitive Workload of Young Drivers and Traffic Safety. Tehnički vjesnik, 28 (2), 488-494. https://doi.org/10.17559/TV-20200210081710
MLA 8th Edition
Mustapić*, Miljenko, et al. "Research on the Influence of Roadside Billboards on Cognitive Workload of Young Drivers and Traffic Safety." Tehnički vjesnik, vol. 28, br. 2, 2021, str. 488-494. https://doi.org/10.17559/TV-20200210081710. Citirano 12.05.2021.
Chicago 17th Edition
Mustapić*, Miljenko, Joso Vrkljan i Vjekoslav Jeleč. "Research on the Influence of Roadside Billboards on Cognitive Workload of Young Drivers and Traffic Safety." Tehnički vjesnik 28, br. 2 (2021): 488-494. https://doi.org/10.17559/TV-20200210081710
Harvard
Mustapić*, M., Vrkljan, J., i Jeleč, V. (2021). 'Research on the Influence of Roadside Billboards on Cognitive Workload of Young Drivers and Traffic Safety', Tehnički vjesnik, 28(2), str. 488-494. https://doi.org/10.17559/TV-20200210081710
Vancouver
Mustapić* M, Vrkljan J, Jeleč V. Research on the Influence of Roadside Billboards on Cognitive Workload of Young Drivers and Traffic Safety. Tehnički vjesnik [Internet]. 2021 [pristupljeno 12.05.2021.];28(2):488-494. https://doi.org/10.17559/TV-20200210081710
IEEE
M. Mustapić*, J. Vrkljan i V. Jeleč, "Research on the Influence of Roadside Billboards on Cognitive Workload of Young Drivers and Traffic Safety", Tehnički vjesnik, vol.28, br. 2, str. 488-494, 2021. [Online]. https://doi.org/10.17559/TV-20200210081710

Sažetak
Based on a vast number of worldwide studies concerning driving behavior and traffic safety, lack of drivers' attention and distraction is recognized as two of the most critical factors for road safety. While roadside advertising is often identified as a potential source of distraction, it has received less attention compared to other types of distractions such as texting or calling while driving. Young drivers, 18 - 25 years old, seem to invest more resources interacting with roadside advertising, suggesting a lower capacity to discriminate between relevant and irrelevant driving information. Combined with lesser driving experience, susceptibility to roadside distractions such as advertising signs, static or changeable, can increase traffic safety risks involving young drivers. Therefore, this study focused on the impact of roadside advertising signs on young drivers, specifically on their cognitive workload while driving in an urban environment cluttered with roadside billboards. The research has been conducted by simultaneously using driving simulator, wireless mobile EEG device for the measurement of the brain's electrical activity, and mobile ETG (eye-tracking glasses) for the measurement of eye movement while driving. The research included 20 young drivers 18 - 25 years old. Research results from EEG device showed statistically significant difference in young drivers' cognitive workload related to roadside advertising, with higher cognitive workload while driving in an environment including billboards. Research results from the simulator showed statistically significant driving speed change-drivers accelerating while driving through environment saturated with roadside billboards. Research results from ETG and questionnaire showed three common features of the static roadside billboards that draw more of driver's attention: bigger billboards (mega-boards), well-known brands, and provocative design.

Ključne riječi
advertising signs; cognitive workload; roadside billboards; traffic safety; young drivers

Hrčak ID: 255816

URI
https://hrcak.srce.hr/255816

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