CR 81: Driver aggression: the role of personality, social characteristics, risk and motivation (1989)
The report addresses the topic of aggression in driving, with a consideration of a number of subject areas: theories of aggression; the definition of aggressive behaviour in driving; measurements of aggression; extreme forms of driver aggression; less extreme forms of driver aggression. The report's conclusions focus on society's role in aggressive behaviour, strategies for coping with aggression, including driver education and screening, and directions for future research.
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Type: Research and Analysis Report
Sub Type: Consultant Report
Author(s): E M Grey, T J Triggs and N L Haworth
Topics: Behaviour, Risk
Publication Date: 01/03/89