Simulator sickness amongst older drivers with and without dementia.
I E135091 /80 /83 / ITRD E135091
Freund, B. & Green, T.R.
Advances In Transportation Studies. 2006. (Special Issue) Pp71-74 (21 Refs.)
|Samenvatting||Simulators provide a safe, cost effective environment for mimicking driving tasks. Simulation can most types of driving research and evaluation but can induce the side effect of simulator sickness. The purpose of this study was to describe the prevalence of simulator sickness in older drivers, both healthy and cognitively impaired, that had been referred for driving evaluation. Results agree with past research showing females are more prone to simulator sickness. Results suggest that changes in how information is visually presented to drivers during simulation exposure may help reduce the incidence of symptoms which deserves further study.(Author/publisher).|
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