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A comparison of drivers' braking responses across ages
(East Carolina University, 2012)
As driving is associated with independence, it is important for occupational therapists to understand what skills are required to drive safely and how to assess them in order to keep older drivers driving independently ...
Driving Performance While Wayfinding On-Road & in an Interactive Driving Simulator
(East Carolina University, 2015-12-10)
Rationale: Driving is a fundamental instrumental activity of daily living (IADL) and occupational therapists need practical, effective tools to evaluate clients’ fitness to drive. To be proficient at driving, one needs ...
Examining the validity of an interactive driving simulator for determining fitness to drive for older adults with cognitive impairment
(East Carolina University, 2014)
Purpose: To examine the validity of the interactive driving simulator for determining fitness to drive for older adults with cognitive impairment. Method: This pretest/posttest design had ten older adults complete two ...
Exploring the Use of the Expert Search and Scanning Skills with Novice Drivers with and Without Conditions Affecting Executive Functioning
(East Carolina University, 1/13/16)
This study examined the use of the computer-based assessment tool in determining relationships between scanning performance and driver characteristics. A 3 (novice drivers, early licensed drivers, experienced drivers) x ...