Driving anger in Malaysia.

  title={Driving anger in Malaysia.},
  author={Mark Sullman and Amanda N Stephens and Michelle Yong},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
The present study examined the types of situations that cause Malaysian drivers to become angry. The 33-item version of the driver anger scale (Deffenbacher et al., 1994) was used to investigate driver anger amongst a sample of 339 drivers. Confirmatory factor analysis showed that the fit of the original six-factor model (discourtesy, traffic obstructions, hostile gestures, slow driving, illegal driving and police presence), after removing one item and allowing three error pairs to covary, was… CONTINUE READING
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