GENDER DIFFERENCES ON PERSONALITY TRAITS AT DRIVERS, AGGRESSIVE DRIVING BEHAVIOR AND CAR BRAND

TEODOR MIHĂILĂ, BUCĂ ADRIANA, CĂLIN MARIANA, MINCU LARISA

University of Bucharest, Department of Psychology

 

Abstract

The objective of this research is to investigate the gender differences on personality traits of drivers, driving aggression and car brands. The first objective of the study is to investigate gender differences on personality traits and driving aggression, the second objective being to investigate driving aggression and car brands. Instruments: Aggressive Driving Behavior (AVIS) for to measures driving aggression; IVPE (Inventory Driving related Personality traits) for to measures personality traits. Results: It has been confirmed that there are gender differences on driving aggression, but no exist significant differences on driving aggression regarding car brands. Conclusion: There are gender differences on personality traits and the hypothesis has been confirmed.

 

Cuvinte cheie: trafic, personalitate, agresivitate, diferențe de gen.

Keywords: traffic, personality, aggression, gender differences.


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