Corpus ID: 24781527

Psychometric prediction of driving performance among the disabled.

@article{Gouvier1989PsychometricPO,
  title={Psychometric prediction of driving performance among the disabled.},
  author={W. D. Gouvier and M. Maxfield and J. Schweitzer and C. Horton and M. Shipp and K. Neilson and P. Hale},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={1989},
  volume={70 10},
  pages={
          745-50
        }
}
A battery of psychometric and performance tests was administered to 25 subjects who were classified into able-bodied (n = 8), brain-injured (n = 10), and spinal cord injured groups (n = 7). All disabled subjects were regarded by their referring rehabilitation therapists as potential candidates for driver assessment. Data were analyzed to identify which measures were useful in differentiating among the groups and predicting driving performance. Results indicated that psychometric measures can be… Expand
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