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Trust in automated vehicles: a systematic review

Versteegh, M.L.J. (2019) Trust in automated vehicles: a systematic review.

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Abstract:This systematic review investigates literature regarding trust in automated vehicles and follows the PRISMA guidelines. First, the concept of trust is researched, as well as the different levels of automation that exist. Then, the different experiments that were done are being analyzed. The main focus of this analysis is the interest in the subject and the levels of automation, as well as investigating the experiment materials and measuring methods. The analysis on the levels of automation showed that level three and an unspecified level of automation were the most researched levels. Furthermore, the driving simulator was found to be the most used experiment material. Questionnaires were the most used measuring method. However, psychophysiological measurements did seem to be a promising addition. During the analysis, it became clear that some studies lacked some replicability. This was due to missing information on the levels of automation and the type of questionnaire that was used. The conclusion of this study is that it may point in the right direction for finding a reliable measure of trust and that replicability can be improved upon.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:77 psychology
Programme:Psychology BSc (56604)
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