Young drivers' perceptions of culpability of sleep-deprived versus drinking drivers.

@article{Williams2012YoungDP,
  title={Young drivers' perceptions of culpability of sleep-deprived versus drinking drivers.},
  author={Lela Rankin Williams and D. Roy Davies and Kris Thiele and Judith R Davidson and Alistair Maclean},
  journal={Journal of safety research},
  year={2012},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={115-22}
}
INTRODUCTION Sleep-deprived driving can be as dangerous as alcohol-impaired driving, however, little is known about attitudes toward sleep-deprived drivers. This study examined the extent to which young drivers regard sleep-deprived compared to drinking drivers as culpable for a crash, and how their perceptions of driving while in these conditions differ. METHOD University student participants (N=295; M=20.4years, SD=1.3; 81% women) were randomly assigned to read one of five fatal motor… CONTINUE READING
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