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UFOVUseful Field of View
UFOVUnobstructed Field of View (optical monitoring)
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There were significant between-groups differences in several of the cognitive variables: BART, visual search, D-KEFS--Number Letter Switching, and UFOV (Tables 2 and 3).
There were no significant relationships found between demographic variables (gender, age, educational level, and minority status), neurocognitive variables (UFOV, Trails A, Trails B, and WMS-III Digit Span), and proactive coping; however, there were significant correlations between psychosocial measures and proactive coping (Table 2).
The ADHD group scored lower than the healthy control group on the UFOV subtest 3, but well within the suggested cut-points (500ms).
Daniel Roenker of Western Kentucky University showed that participants who underwent UFOV training reduced dangerous maneuvers on a 14-mile open road circuit by 36%.
Moderately strong evidence indicates that tests of visual field and contrast sensitivity, UFOV, cognitive and attention-based assessments, and a screening assessment tool for drivers who have experience stroke have variable utility for predicting real-world driving performance.
The UFOV is the visual space within which an individual can be rapidly alerted to visual stimuli-- such as an oncoming vehicle from the right or left.
The Useful Field of View (UFOV) test is a measure of the functional or useful range of peripheral vision under cognitive load conditions [103].
In many speed of processing studies, scores on the Useful Field of View (UFOV) test, a neuropsychological measure of visual attention and speed of processing, have been shown to correlate with performance on complex everyday tasks such as instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) like driving.
In a subgroup of 38 subjects with below-average performance on the CVLT-II total score or the PASAT, we also determined the correlation of the PDQ with a more extensive battery of tests that included the Controlled Oral Word Association Test (COWAT), the Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT), an adapted version of the useful field of view (UFOV), and the University of Victoria version of the Stroop color-word test (Stroop).
Predictors of training gains on the Useful Field of View (UFOV) Test and the Timed Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (TIADL) Test were examined through correlational analyses.