"Crash avoidance: when turning left is turning right." . Dr Roy Allen. Driving 1. With time and practice we get better at driving: Our actions become better co-ordinated; Our reaction times become quicker; Our situational awareness improves (Walker et al. 2009);
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"Crash avoidance: when turning left is turning right."
Dr Roy Allen
With time and practice we get better at driving:
Working Memory research (Kalyuga, S., Ayres, P., Chandler, P. & Sweller, J., 2003) suggests that:
Steering has been with us all our lives, from long before we began to drive a car:
As of 2009 there were more than 27million powered two-wheelers (mopeds, scooters, motorcycles) in the EU (FEMA, 2009), and;
Counter-steering is counter-intuitive;
If we accept some notion of “expertise by schemas” then a fundamental theoretical question for Working Memory and Schema theory arises: