The relationship between neuropsychological functioning and driving ability in dementia : a meta-analysis.
C 33613 [electronic version only] /83 / ITRD E829826
Reger, M.A. Welsh, R.K. Watson, G.S. Cholerton, B. Baker, L.D. & Craft, S.
Neuropsychology, Vol. 18 (2004), No. 1 (January), p. 85-93, 55 ref.
|Samenvatting||A meta-analysis of 27 primary studies was conducted to examine the relationship between neuropsychological functioning and driving ability for adults with dementia. When studies using a control group were included, the relationship between cognitive measures and on-road or non-road driving measures was significant for all reported domains; mean correlations ranged from .35 to .65. Caregiver reports of driving ability and cognitive variables were correlated significantly only on measures of mental status and visuospatial skills. When studies using a control group were excluded, moderate mean correlations were observed for visuospatial skills and on-road or non-road measures, and for mental status with non-road tests. Other effects were small or nonsignificant. Implications for basing driving recommendations on neuropsychological testing are discussed. (Author/publisher)|
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