Neuropsychological assessment of fitness to drive following acquired cognitive impairment.

  title={Neuropsychological assessment of fitness to drive following acquired cognitive impairment.},
  author={Vida V Bliokas and Joanne E. Taylor and Judith Leung and Frank P Deane},
  journal={Brain injury},
  volume={25 5},
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE The study evaluated a neuropsychological assessment battery used to assess fitness to drive in cognitively impaired individuals and hypothesized that the battery would be associated with on-road outcome measures. A secondary aim was to explore the relationships between individual neuropsychological tests and driving performance. RESEARCH DESIGN The study used a cross-sectional design in which a sample of individuals with various types of cognitive impairment completed the… CONTINUE READING
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