Using the unmatched count technique to improve base rate estimates of risky driving behaviours among veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

@article{Sheppard2013UsingTU,
  title={Using the unmatched count technique to improve base rate estimates of risky driving behaviours among veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.},
  author={Sean C Sheppard and Mitch Earleywine},
  journal={Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention},
  year={2013},
  volume={19 6},
  pages={382-6}
}
BACKGROUND Few studies have investigated base rate estimates of risky driving behaviours among veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq despite evidence suggesting such behaviours result in increased death rates. In addition, published estimates of driving behaviours may be subject to a significant response bias via the impact of perceived mental health stigma on honest self-reporting. AIM The present study compared the unmatched count technique, a form of randomised response technique… CONTINUE READING

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