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Impulse control and road safety - an educational intervention

Amount awarded

£100,000

Due to complete

Q2 19/20

Making roads safer for…

All road users

Group of young people undergoing online road safety training in a classroom

Project summary

This project aims to add to the road safety profession’s understanding of impulsivity, its role in safe road user behaviour and possible counter-measures. It will research, develop, deliver and evaluate a classroom-based educational intervention for 15-24 year-olds with the following learning aims: to improve the participant’s abilities to make safe road safety related decisions through the development of the self–regulatory skills related to impulsiveness.