An Abstract of educational approaches to driver improvement: an experimental evaluation with negligent drivers
State of California, Business and Transportation Agency, Dept. of Motor Vehicles, 1978 - Health & Fitness - 15 pages
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100 Drivers accidents and convictions Adjusted Accident Rates attitude 3 hours better than homework classroom presentation classroom program classroom sessions Contact First Six Control Group Comparisons DMV's ongoing reporting driver improvement driving record Educational Meeting GEM evaluation system PLCRES Five New Contacts GEM and homework GEM notice GEM program GEM reduces accidents GEM's accident rate Group Educational Meeting homework plus incentive homework were offered hours Voluntary Yes identical to long Long mandatory meeting long voluntary meeting mandatory notice modification Months and Second Months New mandatory Months Second Six Motor Vehicles Neg Ops Negligent Operators non-classroom homework Number perceptual and attitude point-reduction incentive present research prior warning letter Program Effectiveness programmed-learning homework sent Rates Per 100 Relative Effectiveness reporting and evaluation research findings results for accidents scheduled for GEMs second six months Short voluntary Six Months Second standard GEM standard Group Educational Traffic Safety treatments voluntary notice Voluntary Yes Yes