The impact of keeping a driving diary on older drivers

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Abstract

Ageing brings cognitive, perceptual, functional and psychomotor limitations (such as, vision, attention, perception, memory, decision-making, reaction time and physical fitness), which may be accompanied by medical conditions that impair driving. The functional limitations caused by these, and quite often the medication used to treat them, result in deteriorating driving abilities.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-9
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Event68th ROSPA Road Safety Congress - Blackpool, UK
Duration: 3 Mar 20035 Mar 2003

Conference

Conference68th ROSPA Road Safety Congress
CityBlackpool, UK
Period3/03/035/03/03

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Aptitude
Physical Fitness
Reaction Time
Decision Making
Cognitive Aging

Keywords

  • ageing
  • driving
  • older drivers
  • psychology
  • road safety

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Foot, H., & Karagiannidou, E. (2003). The impact of keeping a driving diary on older drivers. 1-9. Paper presented at 68th ROSPA Road Safety Congress, Blackpool, UK, .
Foot, Hugh ; Karagiannidou, E. / The impact of keeping a driving diary on older drivers. Paper presented at 68th ROSPA Road Safety Congress, Blackpool, UK, .8 p.
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