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Modifying beliefs and attitudes to exceeding the speed limit: An intervention study based on the theory of planned behavior

By D. Parker, S. G. Stradling and Antony Stephen Reid Manstead

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This study builds on previous theory of planned behavior (TPB) studies in which we identified the beliefs and values which predict intention to commit driving violations. Four short experimental videos were developed in order to assess the effectiveness of an intervention grounded in the TPB. Three of the videos featured the major constructs of the TPB model. The fourth video featured anticipated regret, an addition to the TPB model which had previously been shown to add significantly to its predictive performance (Parker, Manstead, & Stradling, 1995). Results indicated that two of the videos brought about statistically significant belief changes with respect to scores on TPB items, and significant changes in general attitudes toward speeding. Discussion centers on the problems encountered in operationalizing the TPB constructs and on the potential of theory-based interventions to induce attitude change

Topics: BF
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Year: 1996
OAI identifier: oai:http://orca.cf.ac.uk:34644
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