The relative impact of work-related stress, life stress and driving environment stress on driving outcomes.

@article{Rowden2011TheRI,
  title={The relative impact of work-related stress, life stress and driving environment stress on driving outcomes.},
  author={Peter Rowden and Gerald Matthews and Barry Watson and Herbert C. Biggs},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2011},
  volume={43 4},
  pages={1332-40}
}
Previous research has shown the association between stress and crash involvement. The impact of stress on road safety may also be mediated by behaviours including cognitive lapses, errors, and intentional traffic violations. This study aimed to provide a further understanding of the impact that stress from different sources may have upon driving behaviour and road safety. It is asserted that both stress extraneous to the driving environment and stress directly elicited by driving must be… CONTINUE READING