Conference Proceeding

Predicting Older Adults’ On-Road Driving Performance

Authors
  • Rachel W Ross (University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
  • Charles Scialfa (University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
  • Scheila Cordazzo (University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
  • Katherine Bubric (University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

Abstract

We examined the predictive utility of the Roadwise Review and the Hazard Perception Test on a standardized driving assessment using both conventional and alternative scoring criteria in a sample of health older adults (N = 57). Our results indicate that both tests can predict passing or failing the road evaluation. The Hazard Perception Test was more consistent in predicting total points and hazardous errors in on-road performance. Future research should examine the predictive validity of these tests in cognitively impaired drivers.

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Ross, R. & Scialfa, C. & Cordazzo, S. & Bubric, K., (2013) “Predicting Older Adults’ On-Road Driving Performance”, Driving Assessment Conference 7(2013), 234-240. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/drivingassessment.1494

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Published on
19 Jun 2013
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