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Med för hög musikvolym hör du inte farten
Stockholm University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Psychology.
2013 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
With too high musicvolume you will not hear the speed (English)
Abstract [sv]

Att tidsperceptionen är påverkbar har tidigare påvisats. Studien syftar till att undersöka huruvida tidsperceptionen påverkar fartperceptionen, med hypotesen att när interna taktgivaren går snabbare uppfattas farten som lägre. 28 försöksdeltagare fick under fyra betingelser (Lugn, Stressig, Egen musik och Tyst) utföra tids- och fartestimationer under bilfärd. Inga signifikanta resultat påvisades ifråga om vare sig tidsperceptionen eller dess inverkan på fartperceptionen. Däremot skilde sig prospektiv estimation av medelfart åt beroende på betingelsen. Tyst betingelse befrämjade mer korrekt fartestimation, stressig musik och egen musik gjorde estimationen mindre korrekt. Likt tidigare forskning var det fråga om ”response expansion” avseende upplevelsen av deceleration medan fartupplevelsen var relativt linjär i fråga om konstant fart och acceleration. Då inga signifikanta skillnader i tidsperception uppnåddes kan dess inverkan på fartperceptionen ej förkastas. Studien bör replikeras med en annan på förhand testad stressor.

Abstract [en]

Time perception has been shown to be influenceable. This study aims to investigate whether time perception affects speed perception, with the hypothesis that when the internal pacemaker have a faster pace, speed are perceived as lower. 28 participants performed time and speed estimations while they were passengers in a car. These were made under four conditions (Calm, Stressful, Own music, Quiet). No significant results were found in terms of whether time perception or its impact on speed perception. However the prospective estimation of speed differed depending on condition. Quiet condition promoted more accurate speed estimation, stressful music, and own music made the estimation less accurate. Similar to previous research, there was an effect of "response expansion" for the experience of deceleration while speed experience was relatively linear in terms of constant speed and acceleration. Since no differences in time perception was achieved, their impact on speed perception can not be rejected. The study should be replicated with another pre-tested stressor.

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2013. , 19 p.
Keyword [en]
speed, velocity, time, temporal, music, tempo, tempi, arousal, perception, psychophysics, speedperception, timeperception, traffic, transport, safety, trafficsafety, road, driving, drivinglicense, drivingeducation, car, vehicle
Keyword [sv]
fart, hastighet, tid, musik, tempo, arousal, perception, psykofysik, fartperception, tidsperception, trafik, transport, trafiksäkerhet, körkortsutbildning, körkort, bil, fordon, väg, trafikplanering, vägbeläggning
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Transport Systems and Logistics Psychology
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URN: urn:nbn:se:su:diva-93122OAI: oai:DiVA.org:su-93122DiVA: diva2:646106
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2013-08-22, 10:30
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Available from: 2013-09-13 Created: 2013-09-02 Last updated: 2013-09-13Bibliographically approved

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