Prediction of driving ability in people with dementia and non-dementia related brain disorders is more accurate when based upon different models of sensory-motor and cognitive performance.
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Innes, C.R.H. Jones, R.D. Dalrymple-Alford, J.C. Severinsen, J. & Gray, J.
Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine, Vol. 31 (2008), No. 4, EPSM Conference Abstracts, p. 431-432
|Samenvatting||Brain disorders can decrease a person’s ability to perform the physical and cognitive functions necessary for safe driving. A computerized battery of sensory-motor and cognitive tests (SMCTests) has been developed comprising tests of visuoperception, visuomotor ability, complex attention, visual search, decision-making, impulse control, planning, and divided attention. This study investigated the power of binary logistic regression (BLR) and nonlinear causal resource analysis (NCRA) models to classify blinded on-road pass or fail in a large group of people with brain disorders referred to the Driving and Vehicle Assessment Service (DAVAS) at Burwood Hospital. (Author/publisher)|
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