Vision, aging, and driving: the problems of older drivers.

@article{Kline1992VisionAA,
  title={Vision, aging, and driving: the problems of older drivers.},
  author={Donald W. Kline and T. Jefferson Kline and James Leonard Fozard and William Kosnik and Frank Schieber and Robert Sekuler},
  journal={Journal of gerontology},
  year={1992},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={
          P27-34
        }
}
Although there are well-recognized declines in visual functioning with age, their contribution to the problems of older persons on tasks in the natural environment, including driving, are largely unknown. Adults ranging in age from 22-92 years were surveyed in regard to their visual difficulties when driving and performing everyday tasks. The visual problems of drivers increased with age along five different visual dimensions: unexpected vehicles, vehicle speed, dim displays, windshield… CONTINUE READING

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