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MonthlyFNovember 2019

201911.23 PREDICTING HAZARD PERCEPTION PERFORMANCE FROM BRAIN ACTIVITY: AN FMRI EXPERIMENT USING DRIVING SIMULATOR (POSTER PRESENTATION) Posted in RESEARCH

In the car driving situation there are lots of hazardous events such as pedestrian rush out and brake of the car ahead. Here, we conducted an fMRI experiment examining the brain activity that predicts the performance of hazard perception. We found the association between the superior temporal gyrus activity and the performance for pedestrian rush out. I gave a poster presentation at the conference of The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (SSI2019). (Oba)

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