How reinforcement sensitivity and perceived risk influence young drivers' reported engagement in risky driving behaviors.

@article{Harbeck2013HowRS,
  title={How reinforcement sensitivity and perceived risk influence young drivers' reported engagement in risky driving behaviors.},
  author={Emma L Harbeck and A. Ian Glendon},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2013},
  volume={54},
  pages={73-80}
}
Gray's reinforcement sensitivity theory (RST), implementing Carver and White's behavior inhibition system (BIS) and behavior approach system (BAS) scales, was used to predict reported engagement in 10 risky driving behaviors: speeding (2 levels), driving under the influence of alcohol, racing other vehicles, cell phone use (hand-held and hands free… CONTINUE READING