The Effect of Presbyopic Vision Corrections on Nighttime Driving Performance
B. Chu, J. M. Wood and M. J. Collins
Visual Psychophysics and Physiological Optics
The study aimed to investigate the effect of various presbyopic vision corrections on nighttime driving performance on a closed-road driving circuit.
The study involved a repeated-measures design by which a participant’s nighttime driving performance was assessed on a closed-road circuit while wearing each of four power-matched vision corrections.
These included single-vision distance lenses (SV), progressive-addition spectacle lenses (PAL), monovision contact lenses (MV), and multifocal contact lenses (MTF CL) worn in a randomized order.