Associations of Biomarkers, Cognition and Self Reports of Sensory Function with Self-Reported Driving Behaviour and Confidence
Background: Older adults report self-regulating their driving habits but little is known about factors associated with driving habits and driving confidence. Objective: We aimed to evaluate cognitive performance, biomarkers and self-reported sensory function as correlates of self-reported driving behaviour and confidence. Methods: A volunteer sample of 153 drivers aged between 60 and 90 were assessed on biomarkers (vision, hearing, (vibration sense, grip strength and FEV1), and cognitive...[Show more]
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