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by Kevin Hamilton,Chris Baughan,Barry Sexton,Stephen Stradling,Paul Broughton
Author: Kevin Hamilton,Chris Baughan,Barry Sexton,Stephen Stradling,Paul Broughton
Publisher: Scottish Executive (July 12, 2006)
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By: Kevin Hamilton, Chris Baughan, Barry Sexton, Stephen Stradling, Paul Broughton. Publication Date: 2006-07-12.
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This study was conducted to: (a) develop a questionnaire that reliably measures the behaviour of motorcyclists and (b) test which types of behaviour predict motorcyclists' crash risk. A Motorcycle Rider Behaviour Questionnaire (MRBQ), consisting of 43 items to measure the self-reported frequency of specific riding behaviours, was developed and administered to a sample of motorcyclists (N 8666).
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