So far, researchers found that participants using the computer program showed improvements in useful field of view and other cognitive tests eight weeks after training when compared to the crossword puzzle control group.
What does UFOV stand for?
UFOV stands for Useful Field of View
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Samples in periodicals archive:
41) Useful Field of View test (UFoV) An individual's useful field of view (UFoV) is the area over which information can be extracted from a rapidly presented display.
Useful Field of View: The Useful Field of View (UFOV) task assesses speed of processing, divided attention and selective attention (Edwards et al.
A visual search task, visual monitoring task, and useful field of view task were presented on a computer that recorded each participant's response.
Older driven with a restricted useful field of view (UFOV) are three to four times more likely to have automobile accidents.
The exercises train the brain to process visual information faster, expand the useful field of view and improve at divided attention.
These findings strengthen the notion that elderly drivers, shown to have a narrower useful field of view (UFV), may also be limited in their ability to detect hazards, particularly when outside the center of their view," explains Tal Oron-Gilad, a researcher in the BGU Department of Industrial Engineering.
The exercises are proven to increase reaction time by 300 percent and widen the user's useful field of view, allowing the user to notice more in his peripheral view.