Car driver attitudes, perceptions of social norms and aggressive driving behaviour towards cyclists.

@article{Fruhen2015CarDA,
  title={Car driver attitudes, perceptions of social norms and aggressive driving behaviour towards cyclists.},
  author={Laura S Fruhen and Rhona Flin},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2015},
  volume={83},
  pages={162-70}
}
The interaction of car drivers and cyclists is one of the main causes of cycle incidents. The role of attitudes and social norms in shaping car drivers' aggressive behaviour towards cyclists, is not well understood and merits investigation. A sample of 276 drivers completed an online questionnaire concerning their attitudes towards cyclists, attitudes towards risky driving, perception of social norms concerning aggressive driving towards cyclists, and the frequency with which they engage in… CONTINUE READING
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