A systematic approach to using music for mitigating affective effects on driving performance and safety
Research has shown that affective effects on driving performance and safety are as dangerous as (or even more dangerous than) effects of the secondary tasks . There has been some research on the use of speech-based systems for the intervention, but little research on the use of music has attempted to mitigate a driver's affective states while driving. The current paper identifies various taxonomies of the effects of music and explores plausible research variables, considerations, and practical application directions.
Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing
Jeon, Myounghoon, "A systematic approach to using music for mitigating affective effects on driving performance and safety" (2012). Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences Publications. 74.