RESULTS PhysiologicalTask effect HR HRV Order x Image effect Neg to Neu HR HRV Neu to Neg HR HRV
RESULTS Subjective & Memory taskNo consistent effects on ratingsof risk or effort Good performance on the ―memory task‖
CONCLUSIONS Experiment 5Images supressed time on task effects Unconscious influences on drivingNo support for any specific model Gender?
In Conclusion People may run risks, but they do not usually feel them But what they do not feel may still affect them
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