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Analysis of Skin Conductance Level for Cognitional and Emotional Responses associated with Unexpected Situation during Driving
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Skin Conductance Level for Cognitional and Emotional Responses associated with Unexpected Situation during Driving
Lee, Su-Jeong; Yang, Jae-Woong; Kim, Ji-Hye; Choi, Mi-Hyun; Mun, Kyung-Ryoul; Kim, Han-Soo; Choi, Jin-Seung; Ji, Doo-Hwan; Min, Byung-Chan; Tack, Gye-Rae; Chung, Soon-Cheol;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to analyze the skin conductance level (SCL) induced by unexpected situation which reflected the emotional and cognitional responses during driving. The participants included 57 college graduates; 28 males aged with years of driving experiences and 29 females aged with years of driving experience. Reaction time of brake, averaged SCL, maximum SCL, and rising time to maximum amplitude were measured. They were analysed according to condition (crash, non-crash) and gender (male, female). The reaction time of brake was more faster and averaged SCL was greater during non-crash condition than during crash condition. There were no significant differences between male and female drivers in the reaction time of brake and averaged SCL whether or not it crash. There were no significant differences between crash and non-crash conditions in the maximum SCL and rising time to maximum amplitude, but there were significant differences between male and female in them. These results support the hypothesis that averaged SCL is more related to cognitional response and maximum SCL and rising time to maximum amplitude are more related to emotional responses.
 Keywords
Unexpected situation;Skin conductance level;Cognitional and emotional responses;Crash and non-crash;Gender;
 Language
Korean
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