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This paper describes a practicing method for enhancing driver performance, which it bases on cognitive driver behavior model of ACT-R--a dominant theory of human cognitive architecture. First, the paper elaborates the idea of driver behavior modeling in cognitive architecture. And then, it dedicates the implementation of driver's practice courses based on the cognitive architecture model. Finally, by comparing the experiments back and forth of the practice, the results indicate that the practice based on driver cognitive behavior model can improve the driver performances positively. The experiences of the practice also implied that both practice method is indeed an approach worthy of pursuit for enhancing driver performance at driving emergencies and driver behavior modeling in cognitive architecture is a substantial tool for practical applications in predicting and instructing driver behaviors.