Model Driver Screening and Evaluation Program
Volume II: Maryland Pilot Older Driver Study

 

List of Figures

  1. Location of test sites in Maryland Pilot Study
  2. Practice item for MVPT/VC showing target stimulus and four response alternatives
  3. Scan Chart developed for GRIMPS
  4. Test sheet used to administer the Trail-making test, Part B. (cf.Reitan, 1958)
  5. Response format for the Useful Field of View subtest 2
  6. Mobility questionnaire
  7. Categories of moving violations in Maryland database, by percent
  8. Lengths of observation intervals for drivers with 1 or more crashes versus no crashes
  9. Age distribution by study sample
  10. Performance on MVPT/VC Subtest for each study sample
  11. Performance on the Delayed Recall measure for each study sample
  12. Performance on the Useful Field of View, Subtest 2 measure for each study sample
  13. Performance on the Trail-Making, Part B measure for each study sample
  14. Performance on the Dynamic Trails measure for each study sample
  15. Performance on the Scan Test measure for each study sample
  16. Performance on the Rapid Pace Walk measure for each study test sample
  17. Performance on the Foot Tap measure for each study sample
  18. Performance on the Head/Neck Rotation measure for each study sample
  19. Performance on the Arm Reach measure for each study sample
  20. Self-reported number of driving days per week for each study sample
  21. Self-reported number of miles driven per week for each study sample
  22. Self-reported number of miles driven per year for each study sample
  23. Discrepancy between drivers' estimates of miles driven on a weekly versus annual basis
  24. Self-reported frequency of avoidance of driving at night for each study sample
  25. Self-reported frequency of avoidance of left-turn maneuvers for each study sample
  26. Self-reported frequency of avoidance of driving in bad weather for each study sample
  27. Self-reported frequency of avoidance of driving on unfamiliar roads for each study sample
  28. Self-reported frequency of avoidance of driving in heavy traffic for each study sample
  29. Self reported frequency of passing up opportunities to go shopping, visit friends, etc., because of concerns about driving, for each test sample
  30. Explanation of odds ratio calculation
  31. MVPT/VC performance distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all crashes, at-fault and unknown-fault crashes, and at-fault crashes only
  32. Delayed Recall performance distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all crashes, at-fault and unknown-fault crashes, and at-fault crashes only
  33. Useful Field of View, Subtest 2 performance distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all crashes, at-fault and unknown-fault crashes, and at-fault crashes only
  34. Trail-making, Part B performance distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all crashes, at-fault and unknown-fault crashes, and at-fault crashes only
  35. Dynamic Trails performance distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all crashes, at-fault and unknown -fault crashes, and at-fault crashes only
  36. Rapid Pace Walk performance distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all crashes, at-fault and unknown-fault crashes, and at-fault crashes only
  37. Foot Tap performance distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all crashes, at-fault and unknown-fault crashes, and at-fault crashes only
  38. MVPT/Visual Closure Subtest distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all moving violations, moving violations without speeding, and moving violations without speeding and occupant restraint citations
  39. Delayed Recall distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all moving violations, moving violations without speeding, and moving violations without speeding and occupant restraint citations
  40. Useful Field of View, Subtest 2 distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all moving violations, moving violations without speeding, and moving violations without speeding and occupant restraint citations
  41. Trail-Making, Part B distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all moving violations, moving violations without speeding, and moving violations without speeding and occupant restraint citations
  42. Dynamic Trails distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all moving violations, moving violations without speeding, and moving violations without speeding and occupant restraint citations
  43. Rapid Pace Walk distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all moving violations, moving violations without speeding, and moving violations without speeding and occupant restraint citations
  44. Foot Tap distributions and odds ratios for analyses including all moving violations, moving violations without speeding, and moving violations without speeding and occupant restraint citations
  45. Motor-Free Visual Perception/Visual Closure subtest results illustrating the disparity between using isolated, peak OR values and shifts in the distribution of crash-involved, versus non-crash-involved, drivers as a basis for selecting pass/fail cutpoints
  46. Idealized frequency distribution plot segregating crash-involved drivers into one group that is at risk because of the specific functional ability under consideration, versus another group that crashes because of other sources of impairment or random events
  47. Card used to recruit subjects in the MVA renewal sample
  48. Advertisement for MVA ON WHEELS in the July 1, 1999 issue of Leisure World News
  49. Monthly advertisement in the Leisure World News
  50. Letter Sent to Subjects in the Medical Referral Sample
  51. Access query containing all variables in the MARYPODS database
  52. Access query containing all variables in the MAB (v.1.5) database

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