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The misallocation of driver visual attention has been suggested as a major contributing factor to vehicle accidents. One possible reason is that the relatively high cognitive demands of driving limit the ability to efficiently allocate gaze. We present an experiment that explores the relationship between attentional function and visual performance when driving. Drivers performed 2 variations of a multiple-object tracking task targeting aspects of cognition including sustained attention,doi:10.1037/xhp0000297 pmid:27893270 pmcid:PMC5279462 fatcat:q655dmg6xvcc7e2swbi5lemja4