Assessing the Impact of “Brain Training” on Driving Performance, Visual Behavior, and Neuropsychological Measures
- Published: Proceedings of the Seventh International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design, 2013
- Authors: Dobres, J., Potter, A., Reimer, B., Mehler, B., Mehler, A., & Coughlin, J.
- Date Added: 01 Feb 2014
- Last Update: 01 Feb 2014
Assess the impact of Posit Science’s ‘DriveSharp’ software on performance in lab tasks and driving in drivers aged 60–75.
16 drivers where trained with the software and 16 were in a control group who received no training. An initial lab and driving session provided a baseline and another two weeks after the first provided the main outcome measure.
Those trained using the software showed better performance on the useful field of view test.
Brain training, useful field of view.