How music of differing rhythmicities and intensities affects driver performance
Keywords:Acoustic intensity, Automobile drivers, Automobile simulators, Human engineering, Performance, Roads and streets, Speed, Music, Musical intensity, Rhythmicity
AbstractAccording to research, music affects driving. It was found that rhythmicity have an effect on driver speed in low intensity musical situations. This finding can be explained via driver arousal levels. Music that was louder increases arousal levels more than quieter music.
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