Students in the course of driving drills are affected by considerable psycho physiological stresses which are decreasing progressively with acquiring confidence and mastering driving skills. However, so far, processes of students' psycho physiological state change in the course of training have not been monitored in spite of the fact that psycho physiological stress amount is directly characterizing the degree of student's readiness for unsupervised driving and, accordingly, affects safety of the other road users. In order to solve the aforementioned problem, the authors elaborated the methodology of person's psycho physiological state objective quantitative evaluation enabling them to perform monitoring of students' psycho physiological state change and to define their professional suitability.
Dvir, N., Dobroborski, B., Bardyshev, O., & Verstov, V. (2017). Quantitative Evaluation of Psycho Physiological Stresses Occurring in the Course of Driving Drills. In Transportation Research Procedia (Vol. 20, pp. 166–170). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trpro.2017.01.042