It turns out that it is unnatural as a driver who drives dangerous driving that is not brash

ByJosh McGinn

The merit of realizing an automatic driving car is that the accident of injuries caused by driving is reduced, but in other words, it is inevitable that a person accidentally injured in a car driven by a person. In the US in 2014, 2.3 million people suffer injuries due to traffic accidents, and that number is on the rise. Why does the driver drive dangerously and cause an accident? As a result of researches by McGill University researchers in Canada, it turned out that "it is unrealistic that the driver tends to take risks as the driver who drives dangerous, not rush."

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On May 3, 2016, while a teenage girl is traveling a car at 107 mph (about 172 kilometers per hour), the photo sharing applicationSnapchatAs a result of taking an accident with the bleeding from the head and taking a picture of being taken by an ambulance while shooting blood from the head as well as sending it with Snapchat with the letters of "I was alive"It became news.

Why do people drive dangerously? In other words, to recognize your own stupidityMetacognitionCognitive bias that people with low ability will evaluate their appearance, remarks, behavior, etc. more than they actually are because they can notDunning = Kruger effectIt is related to. Professor Thomas Brown, who led the study this time, said, "These drivers do not always consider themselves to be at risk, because they do not recognize that they are risky, I do not feel the need to do it. "

In the survey, the test results of three different types of dangerous driving groups and those not performing dangerous driving were compared. At this time, the driver who tends to risk danger is "a group of people who have been convicted in drunk driving", "a group of people who committed speed crime irrespective of drinking" "drunk driving and speed The group that mixed people with pre-conviction pre-department "and questions were asked about past use of drugs, driving history, criminal record and so on.

In addition, we also conducted a test using a simulator. As a result, the group of drivers who tend to risk posed a tendency to speed up compared with the comparative group, and the group of speed crime and the group of mix were analyzed as "stimulating pursuit type". Also, people belonging to the three groups have increased secretion in response to stressCortisolIt turns out that the reaction is very high. The paper says "The stimulus pursuit type behavior isNucleus accumbensIt is a manifestation of trying to obtain pleasure constantly by exciting dopamine by secretion ", in other words," The brain makes himself driving a horrible driving ".

ByThomas Anderson

Another article examined about transportation covers 13 monthsLoad · LargeAnalyzing Twitter's postings that included, it was investigated what irritated the people and stir up anger tweets. Researchers Amanda Stephens and his colleagues investigated 81 thousand tweets including Road Lage, saying, "Drivers have opinions on people on the same road and want to know their opinions The inner side of the drivers who have "have" is gradually appearing. And it was not about "interruptions" or other things that irritated them, but about the speed of other cars, almost half of the total tweets accused the driver of a slow-speed car. In addition, criticism about confluence and poor lane change is one of many load / lage.

According to Twitter's analysis, there are many people who disregards other drivers of the car as "driving in the same lane is not worth while driving". Even those who are trying to drive safely, it seems better not to think that other drivers are in the same posture.

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