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HOME-STUDY DRIVER EDUCATION

changes in the random assignment scheme over the course of the study are shown in Table 1.

Table 1

1–16

December 2001

Classroom

17 or higher

February 2002

DMV Workbook

1–10

Classroom

11 or higher

July 2002

DMV Workbook

1–8

PEN Course

9–16

Classroom

17 or higher

DMV Workbook

Outcome Measures for Study Comparisons

Changes During the Study in the Day of Birth Random Assignment Scheme for Each Method of Assignment

Day of birth

1–16 17 or higher

1–10 11–20 21 or higher

1–8 9–16 17–24 25 or higher

Instruction assignment Random Assignment Method I (computer access)

Random Assignment Method II (no computer access)

December 2001 Classroom DMV Workbook

February 2002

July 2002

Classroom DMV CD-ROM DMV Workbook

PEN Course Classroom DMV CD-ROM DMV Workbook

The legislation that mandated the study required the DMV to compare the study participants on the results of an exit examination and the pass rates for the DMV written and driving tests. The legislation required the exit examination to assess both traffic safety knowledge and driver attitudes. The materials and procedures used to collect data for each of these dependent measures are described in the following sections.

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