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How Drivers' Risk Perception Changes While Driving on Familiar and Unfamiliar Roads: A Comparison of Female and Male Drivers.

Tytuł :
How Drivers' Risk Perception Changes While Driving on Familiar and Unfamiliar Roads: A Comparison of Female and Male Drivers.
Autorzy :
Budak, Nesrin
Öztürk, İbrahim
Aslan, Merve
Öz, Bahar
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Temat :
ROAD safety measures
AUTOMOBILE driving
RISK assessment
QUESTIONNAIRES
AUTOMOBILE drivers
Alternatywny tytuł :
Sürücülerin Risk Algısı Aşina Olunan ve Olunmayan Yollarda Araç Kullanırken Nasıl Değişir: Kadın ve Erkek Sürücülerin Karşılaştırması. (Turkish)
Źródło :
Journal of Traffic & Transportation Research; Spring2021, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p39-48, 10p
Abstract (English) :
Road safety is the result of the interaction between human, vehicle, and environment-related factors. Road familiarity, as a human- and environment-related factor in road safety, was investigated in the present study. More specifically, the main aim of the current study is to investigate the subjective risk evaluations of drivers on familiar and unfamiliar roads. A total sample of 479 drivers, 278 males and 201 females, participated in the present study, and filled out the demographic information questionnaire and Risk Perception Inventory. The results showed that drivers evaluated risk as higher when driving on an unfamiliar road as compared to driving in a familiar road. Moreover, females reported a higher risk perception level than males on both familiar and unfamiliar roads. As a result, familiarity with the road was evaluated as an essential factor in the risk evaluation of drivers. The results were discussed with regard to their implications for road safety in light of the relevant literature. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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