Convergence of Self-Report and Archival Crash Involvement Data: A Two-Year Longitudinal Follow-Up

@article{Arthur2005ConvergenceOS,
  title={Convergence of Self-Report and Archival Crash Involvement Data: A Two-Year Longitudinal Follow-Up},
  author={Winfred Arthur and Suzanne T. Bell and Bryan D. Edwards and Eric Anthony Day and Travis C. Tubr{\'e} and Amber H. Tubr{\'e}},
  journal={Human factors},
  year={2005},
  volume={47 2},
  pages={
          303-13
        }
}
This study constructively extends Arthur et al. (2001) by assessing the convergence of self-report and archival motor vehicle crash involvement and moving violations data in a 2-year longitudinal follow-up. The relationships among these criteria, conscientiousness, and driving speed were also assessed using both predictive and postdictive criterion-related validation designs. Data were collected from a 2-year follow-up sample of 334 participants. Results suggested a lack of convergence between… CONTINUE READING

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