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It is a necessity for novice drivers ‘‘to build their own library of experiences’’, of schemes, to extract the essence of situations which represent potential threats to survival, to repeat and confirm the experiences and to automate them, a process which Damasio denotes the development and establishment of secondary emotions [2]. • Neuroscience and paradigm shifts: Recent developments in neuroscience have added more depth to the concept of maturation, when postulating that the brain is not fully developed in adolescence, it is not until the age of about 25 when the brain is fully developed and ‘‘matured’’.

Assertion: The body is the organ and the risk monitor. It follows from the axiom that we must have an instrument, an organ, enabling us to monitor the surroundings and the situations in which we act. This organ is the organism itself, the complete body and its inherent physiology developed by evolution through the history of humans where observation and identification of dangers have been of vital importance. e. e. the environment and other actors with which the organism interacts. Damasio postulates a relationship between internal states and external behaviour when the human organism is exposed to certain strain and emotional stress, which forms: ….

Link ITS to a driver behaviour model, and work out hypotheses of potential outcomes that might apply to ITS in a more generic way. The core of a potential understanding must be to consider the main elements of risk monitoring and discuss aspects of information processing and decision-making. A consideration of relative risks is proposed as a fruitful angle to draw up problem statements about accident causation as relative risks allow you to compare risk levels of different road conditions, road user activities, and driver states.

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