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Aging brains and driving safety performances

脳加齢と安全運転パフォーマンス 医工連携による安全運転寿命の延伸化

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Category(E)PPT slides
Author(J)1) 朴 啓彰
Author(E)1) Kaechang Park
Affiliation(J)1) 高知工科大学
Affiliation(E)1) Kochi University of Technology


Abstract(E)Aging brains are assessed for brain atrophy and white matter hyperintensities using MRI. Elucidating the relationship between aging brains and driving safety performance (DSP) in healthy older drivers revealed that the degree of progression of aging brains is significantly associated with DSP degradation. Therefore, MRI examinations may identify older drivers with dangerous driving behaviors, and the control of aging brains may help prevent DSP degradation.

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