Factors Related to Driving Abilities of Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders

This study was funded by the American Psychological Association.

This project focuses on examining differences in basic driving and distracted driving of young adults with and without autism spectrum disorders using a virtual reality driving simulator.  We are also examining neurocognitive variables, such as auditory and visual attention, nonverbal reasoning, and executive functioning, as predictors for driving performance.


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