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driv·ing

(drīv'ing),
The induction of a frequency in the EEG by sensory stimulation at this frequency.

driv·ing

(drīv'ing)
The induction of a frequency in the electroencephalogram by sensory stimulation at this frequency.
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Most of the literature on driving after brain injury focuses on studies of various neuropsychological and performance tests as predictors of a survivor's capacity to pass the state driving examination and to drive safely (e.
People with TBI are much slower than individuals without TBI, but reaction time is not predictive of on-the-road driving performance (Stokx & Gaillard, 1986).
When you are behind the wheel of a car, driving must be your top priority," said Lonnie Taylor, vice president, state external affairs, Sprint Nextel.
As part of the announcement at Leon High School, Sprint Nextel unveiled a series of television public service announcements starring NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series drivers Kyle Busch, Travis Kvapil and Kasey Kahne, which promote the Focus on Driving program and the importance of attentive driving.
The University of Massachusetts Human Performance Laboratory contains an advanced driving simulator and associated state-of-the-art eye tracking equipment that have been used to study the behavior of younger and older drivers, the effect of in-vehicle technologies on driver performance (e.
Their software allows the assessment of normal and potentially hazardous driving conditions.
This is a recipe for disaster - young, inexperienced drivers spending more time behind the wheel, and engaging in the risky driving behaviors that lead to accidents, serious injuries and worse, deaths," said Paul Condrin, Liberty Mutual executive vice president and manager, Personal Market.
In 1999, 16- and 17-year-old teens driving with no passengers were involved in 1.
Driving Survival' is a reference book for everything from potentially dangerous situations, such as driving at night or handling breakdowns, to consumer information, such as buying a safer car or coping with road rage.
Statistics from law enforcement agencies and the California Highway Patrol indicate that "road rage" and reckless driving have increased in the Golden State over the last five years.
Probably one of the more interesting things we learned from this survey is that San Antonians favor both education and enforcement to affect the level of aggressive driving we're seeing in San Antonio," said Chief Al Philippus of the San Antonio Police Department.
information on drunk driving, road rage and defensive