Age differences in simulated driving performance: compensatory processes.

  title={Age differences in simulated driving performance: compensatory processes.},
  author={Edward C Andrews and Stephen J. Westerman},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
In the context of driving, the reported experiment examines compensatory processes for age-related declines in cognitive ability. Younger (26-40 years) and older (60+ years) participants (n=22 each group) performed a car following task in a driving simulator. Several performance measures were recorded, including assessments of anticipation of unfolding traffic events. Participants also completed a range of measures of cognitive ability - including both fluid and crystallised abilities. Three… CONTINUE READING

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