Data from: Contingent negative variation during a modified cueing task in simulated driving

Zizheng Guo, Xi Tan, Yufan Pan, Xian Liu, Guozhen Zhao, Lin Wang & Zhen Peng
The obscured pedestrian-motor vehicle crash has become a serious danger to driving safety. The present study aims to investigate the contingent negative variation (CNV) during the anticipation of an obscured pedestrian-motor vehicle crash in simulated driving. We adopted two cueing tasks: (i) a traditional cognitive paradigm of cueing task that has been widely used to study anticipatory process, and (ii) a modified cueing task in simulated driving scenes, in which Electroencephalogram (EEG) signals of 32...
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