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A new measure of the rate of advance of the subject as a relevant variable in road safety

Aurora Gonzalez Uriel
associate professor at the Complutense University of Madrid

Francisco González Calleja
Professor at the Complutense University of Madrid

269 in a sample of subjects, we investigated the following variables: 1) advance speed measured with KCC test 2) advance speed measured with MIVA test 3) Advance - delay. 4) Order of presentation of the sixteen subtests of MIVA The most relevant results are: A) MIVA test measures anticipation speed, integrating in its measures every known aspect about that construct. B) Reliability of MIVA test (0,95) is the highest that has been achieved to measure speed ahead. C) You can note the following factors in anticipation speed: linear, curve, novelty-monotony and speed.

As speed ahead, road safety.

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