The Eye, The Brain and The Auto 2015

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Welcome and Introduction

Welcome and Introduction by Paul A. Edwards, M.D., Philip Hessburg, M.D. and David Goldman, M.D.

Peter A. Hancock, Ph.D. (Orlando, FL)

The Mind and The Brain of the Driver and The Vehicle

Karlene Ball, Ph.D. (Birmingham, AL)

Cognitive Fitness and Impact on Diriving Outcomes

David Strayer, Ph.D. (Salt Lake City, UT)

Talking to Your Car Can Drive Your to Distraction

Cynthia Owsley, Ph.D. & Gerald McGwin Jr., M.S., Ph.D. (Birmingham, AL)

A Population-based Study on Visual Risk Factors for Motor Vehicle Collision Involvement in Older Drivers and Their Relevance as Screening Tests for Licensure Background, Rationale and Study Design

David Eby, Ph.D. (Ann Arbor, MI)

The LongRoad Project —— A Prospective Longitudinal Cohort Study of Older Adults: An Overview

Ulrich Schiefer, M.D. (Aalen, Germany)

Effects of Eye, Head and Shoulder Movements in Patients with Binocular Field Loss on Driving Under On-road Conditions and in a Driving Simulator--Results of the TATOO Study

Donald Fisher, Ph.D. (Amherst, MA)

How to Reduce Older Driver Crashes at Intersections by 50%: A Proven Method and New Theory

Joanne Wood, Ph.D. (Brisbane, Australia)

Driving Performance in Older Adults with Glaucoma