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Journal of the Japanese Council of Traffic Science
Safe driving requires the ability to correctly recognize dangerous situations encountered while driving and to react appropriately to them. We conducted hazard prediction training in a group of individuals with brain injuries to determine whether this could be a method to assess and support safe driving ability in those suffering from brain injuries. The subjects were 20 brain-injured patients (19 males and 1 female, mean age 49.7 ± 9.6 years) and 23 healthy individuals (13 males and 10doi:10.24597/jcts.20.2_30 fatcat:lquzplvdlrf4dmdmyujplfvkwa