This edition focuses on attitudes and includes a feature on friends and how they affect a driver's judgement and ability; an interview with England rugby international Jamie Noon about the psychology of road rage; a sports psychologist who talks about attitudes to driving; and a powerful and moving article by a girl who lost her brother in a road crash.
This site is about the psychology of road rage
We can peek inside the head of an aggressive driver thanks to some timeless research from psychologist Leon James. In the late 1990s, James analyzed thousands of messages between drivers posted on internet discussion groups. He found that good-natured people often became intolerant and anti-social the moment they pull into traffic. Congressional testimony given by James, posted on Network blog , explains the psychology of road rage and how automobiles serve to depersonalize others.
Makes me think about the psychology of road rage
The psychology of Road Rage violence in relation to traffic events