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Figure 1 Hypothesized relationship between functional capability and motor vehicle crashes

Figure 2 Elaboration of model showing hypothesized relationship between functional capability and crash risk

Figure 3 Hypothesized mediating variables governing criticality of driving errors, with resulting effect on crash risk, in relation to declining functional capacity

Figure 4 Example of MultiCAD acuity test stimulus

Figure 5 Distribution of study participants by age and gender





APPENDIX A - FIGURES DEPICTING FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF STUDY SAMPLE
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Figure A-1 Proportion of sample which meets or exceeds indicated static acuity performance level, by age group

Figure A-2 Mean response time (in seconds) for correct responses to static acuity targets, by age group

Figure A-3 Proportion of sample which meets or exceeds indicated dynamic acuity performance level, by age group

Figure A-4 Mean response time (in seconds) for correct responses to dynamic acuity targets, by age group

Figure A-5 Proportion of sample which meets or exceeds indicated static contrast sensitivity performance level, by age group

Figure A-6 Mean response time (in seconds) for correct responses to static contrast sensitivity targets, by age group

Figure A-7 Proportion of sample which meets or exceeds indicated dynamic contrast sensitivity performance level, by age group

Figure A-8 Mean response time (in seconds) for correct responses to dynamic contrast sensitivity targets, by age group

Figure A-9 Mean neck flexibility (degrees) to the left and right, by age group

Figure A-10 Mean error rates (subject did not brake) for a lead vehicle stopping or slowing, with and without brake lights activated, and to potential threats intersecting from the periphery at 15 and 30 degrees, by age group

Figure A-11 Mean brake response time (in seconds) for correct responses to a lead vehicle stopping or slowing, with and without brake lights activated, and to potential threats intersecting from the periphery at 15 and 30 degrees, by age group