Maryland Study

This is a longitudinal study conducted in association with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration which began in 1998. The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of a brief driver screening battery in predicting crashes. The study contains both cross-sectional data (N=2366) of participants who were renewing their licenses and longitudinal data on a subsample who agreed to participant in additional assessments (N=1042). We are currently collecting 11th year data for our longitudinal component as well as adding additional participants to the study.

University of Alabama at Birmingham - Center for Research on Applied Gerontology
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