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Skills acquisition by young drivers : Perceiving, interpreting and responding to the driving environment Milech, D ; Glencross, D ; Hartley, L

By: Milech, DContributor(s): Glencross, D | Hartley, LSeries: Publication details: Canberra Australian Department of Transport and, 1989 ; Communications, ; Federal Office of Road Safety. MR 4, Description: 37 sISBN: 0642513392Subject(s): Australia | Recently qualified driver | Perception | Skill | Behaviour | Driving | Development | Improvement | Risk | Evaluation | Judgement | Driver training | Knowledge | Education | 841 | 843Bibl.nr: VTI 91.0675 VTI 2002.0734:2Location: Abstract: The majority of the report comprises a literature review of past research in to the nature of perception, interpretation and skilled response in young drivers. Consideration of the research suggests that the development of mature driving can be illuminated by considering research into the fundamental nature of expertise, or expert performance, in other activities. The report concludes by raising a number of questions about driving skill acquisition considered within the context of the development of expertise.
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Statens väg- och transportforskningsinstitut

VTI:s bibliotek i Linköping
bibliotek@vti.se

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The majority of the report comprises a literature review of past research in to the nature of perception, interpretation and skilled response in young drivers. Consideration of the research suggests that the development of mature driving can be illuminated by considering research into the fundamental nature of expertise, or expert performance, in other activities. The report concludes by raising a number of questions about driving skill acquisition considered within the context of the development of expertise.

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