Personality Development of Rule-obedient Drivers: The Significance of Care Giver’s Driving Behavior
The human perspective on driving leaves much to be desired especially in economies struggling with poor driving habits. With several research investigations proffering solutions that are yet to bring about the desired safe driving behavior, the goal of this session is to discuss the possibility of exploring parents' driving behavior as a model for their children's future behavior on the road. Thus, the host plans to discuss personality characteristics that aid safe driving behavior, and argue that characters or traits such as traffic rule obedience and related variables can be imbibed and inculcated by children as they drive with their parent(s) to and from school.
Hosts: Bola Malomo, firstname.lastname@example.org, University of Lagos