The impact of age stereotypes on older adults' hazard perception performance and driving confidence
This study examined the effect of age-stereotype threat on older adults' performance on a task measuring hazard perception performance in driving. The impact of age-stereotype threat in relation to the value participants placed on driving and pre- and post-task confidence in driving ability was also investigated. Eighty-six adults aged from 65 years of age completed a questionnaire measuring demographic information, driving experience, selfrated health, driving importance, and driving...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of Applied Gerontology|
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