COGNITIVE AND ATTITUDINAL FACTORS IN THE ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVES TO DRUNK DRIVING.
I 851928 /83 / IRRD 851928
Turrisi, R. & Jaccard, J.
Journal Of Studies On Alcohol. 1992 /09. 53(5) Pp405-14
|Samenvatting||The present study examined cognitive and attitudinal factors relevant to drunk-driving tendencies in individuals having zero, one and multiple drunk-driving convictions. Results indicate that the awareness of consequences of being in an accident was related to driving record but not to drunk-driving tendencies. In contrast, the awareness of consequences of being arrested for drunk driving (e.g., receiving fines, having one's name appear in the news and having a criminal record) was negatively related to drunk-driving tendencies. Attitudes towards alternatives to drunk driving (e.g., take a taxi, call a friend) were also negatively related to drunk-driving tendencies. The findings are discussed with respect to developing prevention programs. (Author/publisher).|
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