The Effect of Active Versus Passive Training Strategies on Improving Older Drivers' Scanning in Intersections

@article{Romoser2009TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Active Versus Passive Training Strategies on Improving Older Drivers' Scanning in Intersections},
  author={Matthew R. E. Romoser and Donald L. Fisher},
  journal={Human factors},
  year={2009},
  volume={51 5},
  pages={652-68}
}
OBJECTIVE This study aimed (a) to determine whether older drivers looked less often for potential threats while turning than younger drivers and (b) to compare the effectiveness of active and passive training on older drivers' performance and evaluation of their driving skills in intersections. BACKGROUND Age-related declines in vision, physical abilities, psychomotor coordination, and cognition combine to make it less likely that older drivers will look for potential threats during a turn… CONTINUE READING
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