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Driving assessment 2005 : proceedings of the 3rd International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design
Drivers listened and responded to e-mail messages presented in a human voice and two types of synthetic speech (concatenative and formant) while driving a simulator. Their performance for visual event detection, vehicle control, and message responses was assessed. Results indicated that the type of speech output system affected drivers' detection of visual changes in the driving environment; they were poorer at detecting these events when either of the synthetic speech systems was used. Driversdoi:10.17077/drivingassessment.1178 fatcat:mmbrxj56nneglgqgati3ewhzka