Reaction behaviour & visual abilities
In critical situations, such as when crossing an intersection, it is important both to get a quick overview of potential dangers and to react adequately so as not to endanger oneself or others.
Why reaction behaviour & visual functions is an important criterion for neuropsychology?
In the Vienna Test System NEURO, reactive behavior is regarded as involving both the resilience of reaction behavior, in other words what is known as reactive stress tolerance, and the ability to react per se.
The ability to react can in turn be divided into the subdimensions of simple reactive ability and complex reactive ability. Visual functions are assessed in the Vienna Test System NEURO partly with a test that measures “flicker-fusion frequency” and partly – especially for investigations of possible impairments of fitness to drive – by means of the test Obtaining an Overview – Traffic.
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