Night Driving Self-Restriction: Vision Function and Gender Differences

  title={Night Driving Self-Restriction: Vision Function and Gender Differences},
  author={J. Brabyn and M. Schneck and L. Lott and Gunilla Haegerstr{\"o}m-Portnoy},
  journal={Optometry and Vision Science},
  • J. Brabyn, M. Schneck, +1 author Gunilla Haegerström-Portnoy
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine
  • Optometry and Vision Science
  • Purpose. The purpose of this study was to evaluate gender differences in the relationship between night driving self-restriction and vision function in an older population. Methods. Night driving self-restriction patterns (assessed by questionnaire) were examined cross-sectionally in relation to age, gender, health and cognitive status, depression, and vision function in a sample of 900 elders (mean age, 76 years) living in Marin County, California. Results. Of the total sample, 91% of men and… CONTINUE READING
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