Deffenbacher Driving Anger Scale

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Deffenbacher Driving Anger Scale

The development of a reliable scale to assess driving anger is only the first step toward exploring anger as a person-related variable in accidents or in other driving risks. It should now be possible to assess how driving anger relates to driving behaviours such as tailgating, speeding, and dangerous behaviours in relation to traffic obstructions (passing on blind curves, driving around barriers, etc.). In further studies, groups with high and low driving anger can be identified and studied in laboratory driving simulations to assess whether their information processing and driving skills are influenced differentially under provocative and nonprovocative driving situations. Driving anger can now also be examined as a potential precursor for health risks that derive from conditions such as increased fatigue, stress, and elevated blood pressure. High trait anger has been shown to relate to increased alcohol consumption and to behaviour problems related to drinking (Liebsohn, 1992), and, perhaps, driving anger may prove to be an important factor in examining how alcohol interacts with driving and driving safety. If these studies indicate that driving anger does create risks, the driving-anger scale should provide a measure for testing the efficacy of interventions aimed at reducing such anger. In sum, it appears that the scales developed in this study may advance these types of research by providing a reliable measure of the overall trait of driving anger and measures of several of the separate components that enter into over-all driving anger.

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