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Jerri Edwards, a researcher at the University of South Florida, found that older participants with UFOV training were 40% less likely to stop driving in the three-year follow-up period.
The UFOV screening test accurately identified risk and non-risk older drivers in nearly 85 percent of cases.
Lower scores on the UFOV posttest indicate that participants improved in visual speed of processing and attention after completion of the home-based speed of processing training; this was statistically significant (ft 14) = 2.
Daniel Roenker of Western Kentucky University developed the UFOV software more than a decade ago.
As seen in Table 2, baseline performance on UFOV and TIADL was significantly correlated to training gains in these measures.
5 SD below the mean on the PASAT or CVLT-II received the rest of the neuropsychological battery that included the COWAT [10], SDMT [11], an adapted version of the UFOV [12], and the Stroop [13].
Posit Science acquired the UFOV technology last year and has incorporated it into four of the five InSight exercises.
Abbreviations: AED = antiepileptic drug, ANCOVA = analysis of covariance, CESD-10 = Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale 10-item short form, CNS = central nervous system, EDSS = Expanded Disability Status Scale, MANCOVA = multivariate analysis of covariance, MS = multiple sclerosis, OHSU = Oregon Health & Science University, PASAT = Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test, POMS = Profile of Mood States, RT = reaction time, SSRI = selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, UFOV = useful field of view, WAIS[R]-III = Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale[R]-Third Edition.