About this study

This study investigates how moderate and high doses of alcohol affect head and eye movements during simulated driving. This project will allow us to train vehicle safety systems to ensure accurate and sensitive real-time methods of measuring driver impairment due to alcohol usage.

You may be eligible to participate if you:

  • are aged between 21 to 55
  • have a previous history with alcohol to an estimated BAC of 0.08 percent with no known adverse reaction
  • hold a full driver’s license (current/active or recently expired)
  • weight under 100 kilograms
  • are regular driver (50 kilometres per week)

 Additional eligibility criteria may apply to participate in this study.

What’s involved?

Participants will be asked to attend four visits at Swinburne University for:

  • one screening session for a maximum of 1.5 hours
  • three testing sessions (one week apart) for a maximum of four hours each.
Complete the pre-screening survey

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