Authors: Carsten Dlugosch (Institute of Ergonomics, Garching, Germany) , Linda S Conti (Institute of Ergonomics, Garching, Germany) , Klaus Bengler (Institute of Ergonomics, Garching, Germany)
Assessing a driver´s mental workload during tasks that are not visualmanual is a challenging endeavor. Especially with the rapid development of speech systems, this is becoming increasingly important. Pupillometry promises to be a suitable physiological measurement method, sensitive to variations of cognitive workload. This driving simulator study shows that the pupillometry data indicate a significant increase in cognitive activity during conversation tasks regardless of the acoustic channel used.
How to Cite: Dlugosch, C. , Conti, L. & Bengler, K. (2013) “Driver Distraction through Conversation Measured with Pupillometry”, Driving Assessment Conference. 7(2013). doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/drivingassessment.1488