Driver Performance with In-Vehicle Information Systems

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Noy, Y. I. (1989). Intelligent route guidance: Will the new horse be as good as the old? Paper presented at Vehicle Navigation & Information Systems Conference (VNIS '89), Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 49-55.




This article is referenced from McFarlane and Latorella (2002) in the following paragraph:

From the previous studies, it seems that the best way to help users recover from interruption is to design the UI to constantly present obvious reminders about the existence and state of interrupted activities. However, the constant portrayal of information about interrupted tasks can negatively affect people’s performance on their foregrounded activities. Noy (1989) found that providing auxiliary displays for navigation-like secondary tasks in an automobile simulator caused degradation in people’s performance on the driving task. ...
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