This study was done to test cognitive training and motor vehicle collision in senior drivers.
Cognitive Training Decreases Motor Vehicle Collision Involvement of Older Drivers — Alabama, Maryland, Indiana, Pennsylvania, National (11/04/2010)Source: University
Improving Driving Performance of Senior Drivers Through Self-Monitoring with a Driving Diary — National (07/28/2009)Source: Association
This study investigated whether self-monitoring of driving by use of driving would improve driving performance in senior drivers.
International Older Driver Consensus Conference on Assessment, Remediation and Counseling for Transportation Alternatives: Summary and Recommendations — National (07/28/2009)Source: Association
In 2003, 63 international experts on older driver issues met to examine three critical issues related to the safe mobility of senior drivers.
NCHRP Vol. 9 Report 500 — National (04/08/2009)Source: Nonprofit Organization
This report of the National Cooperative Highway Research Program/Transportation Research Board provides a comprehensive guide to reducing crashes involving older drivers, and details effective engineering solutions and relative costs.
Designing In-Vehicle Technologies for Older Drivers — National (03/01/2009)Source: University
New in-vehicle systems must be designed for users who receive no training in how to use them and whose cognitive and sensory abilities vary.
Do Older Drivers At-Risk for Crashes Modify Their Driving Over Time? — National (02/04/2009)Source: Association
Restricted driving was present at baseline for the at-risk group and was observed in longitudinal trajectories that controlled for baseline differences.
Harnessing New Technology To Keep Older People Behind The Wheel For Longer — National (09/20/2008)Source: Association
A new study has highlighted the key role technology could play in extending the age at which people can drive safely on our roads.
Factors Leading to Older Drivers’ Intersection Crashes — National (09/01/2008)Source: Association
Older drivers are overinvolved in intersection crashes compared with younger drivers, but the reasons are not clearly understood. The purpose of the present study was to identify the factors that lead to older drivers' intersection crashes.
The Relationship Between Self-Regulation and Driving-Related Abilities in Older Drivers: An Exploratory Study — National (07/07/2008)Source: Association
The objectives of this paper are to review the published research findings about the role of self-regulation in older driver safety.
Crash Risk of Older Drivers After Attending a Mature Driver Education Program — National (11/01/2007)Source: Association
This study was done to determine if crash rates would lessen after post-license education in senior drivers.