Intenção de Uso do Cinto de Segurança em Estudantes Universitários Brasileiros

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  • Publisher: Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Humanas, Departamento de Psicología
  • Subject: comportamento no tráfego | comportamiento en el tráfico | psicologia do tráfego | comportamiento de protección | uso do cinto de segurança | comportamento de proteção | traffic behavior | conductores | motoristas | uso del cinturón de seguridad | seat belt use | safety behavior | drivers | psicología del tráfico | traffic psychology

The objectives of this study were to explore self-reported seat belt use and group differences in different scenarios in a Brazilian sample and research the variables related to it. 120 college students answered a questionnaire with variables from the theory of planned ... View more
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