Mar 31, 2016
A discussion with Natasha Merat, Associate Professor in the Institute for Transport Studies at The University of Leeds. We discuss topics including detecting driving distraction, the effects of fatigue on driving and how to keep a driver in the loop with an automated vehicle.
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Mar 29, 2016
How much attention is required to drive effectively? Is driving a manual transmission really done automatically? How well do we remember the details of driving accidents?
What is the best way to develop tactical creativity and divergent thinking in young athletes? (Time 20:35)
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Mar 28, 2016
Are athletes with color vision deficiencies less likely to make it to the elite levels of sport? If they do get there, will their color blindness effect their performance or determine which position they play?
Mar 24, 2016
A discussion with Nick Reed, Academy Director at the Transport Research Lab in the UK. We discuss topics including ball catching, distracted driving, new in car technologies, the human factors and ethical challenges associated driverless vehicles, and the real world mobility lab TRL is using to study the future...
Mar 22, 2016
News: What exactly does it mean to be in “the flow” as an athlete? Can we make it happen or do we just need to let it happen? Is it really true that skill acquisition is a single process that strives for low variability and is constrained by the speed-accuracy tradeoff?