Talk and posters:
1. Gianfranchi, E., Tagliabue, M., & Sarlo, M. (2016, 27-29 October). Body and mind in driving abilities: how electrodermal correlates can explain the improvement of hazard perception in a virtual training. Poster session presented at the XXIV National Congress of the Italian Society of Psychophysiology, Milan, Italy.
2. Gianfranchi, E., Sarlo, M., e Tagliabue, M. (2017). Rischiare in sicurezza: La conduttanza cutanea come marcatore somatico del rischio alla guida in ambiente virtuale. Atti del XXIII Congresso Nazionale AIP della Sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale, 20-22 settembre 2017 (p. 134). Bari, Italia
3. Gianfranchi, E., Tagliabue, M., Spoto, A., & Vidotto, G. (2017). The assessment of driving abilities through a riding simulator: Risk profiles and sensation-seeking. Talk presented at the VI Road Safety and Simulation International Conference, 17-19 October 2017. The Hague, Netherlands.
Peer reviewed papers:
1. Tagliabue, M., Gianfranchi, E., & Sarlo, M. (2017). A First Step toward the Understanding of Implicit Learning of Hazard Anticipation in Inexperienced Road Users Through a Moped-Riding Simulator. Frontiers In Psychology, 8(768), 1-11.
2. Gianfranchi, E., Spoto, A., & Tagliabue, M. (2017). Risk profiles in Novice Road users: Relation between Moped Riding Simulator performance, On-road Aberrant Behaviors and Dangerous Driving. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 49, 132-144.
3. Gianfranchi, E., Tagliabue, M., Spoto, A., & Vidotto, G. (2017). Sensation seeking, Non-contextual Decision Making, and Driving Abilities as Measured through a Moped Simulator. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 2126.