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A Study on Speeding Behavior Propensity Analysis by Theory of Planned Behavior
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A Study on Speeding Behavior Propensity Analysis by Theory of Planned Behavior
Lee, Chang Hee; Kum, Ki Jung; Kim, Myung Soo;
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 Abstract
PURPOSES : Traffic accidents and damage due to speeding should be recognized as a problem which harms society and the economy as well as the parties to the accidents. It is time to seek more detailed and concrete customized alternatives than the existing policies for the prevention of traffic accidents. METHODS: In this study, we identified the characteristics driver behavior and psychological factors that lead to speeding, and a study was carried out to verify the causality models developed from the factors we identified. RESULTS : Driving behavior variables have a significant effect on speeding behaviors in order of Lapse, Violation, and Mistake. And the violation which is defined as intentional violation showed the result which supports the research hypothesis as it has the significant effect on speeding intention and behaviors. CONCLUSIONS: The result of this study can be utilized to develop educational problems concerning speeding and previous response with the main objective of eliminating speeding driver behavior.
 Keywords
Driving Behavior;Speeding;Driver Behavior Questionnaire;Theory of Planned Behavior;Structural Equation Model;
 Language
Korean
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