Analysis of High School Students' Safety Behavior Change through Workshops with Exploratory Learning by Using Naturalistic Cycling Data
Fumiya ISHIGAMORI, Nagahiro YOSHIDA, Yuto KITAMURAConference room
- Demonstrating the effectiveness of exploratory learning in road safety by focusing on the process of bicycle behavior change.
- Naturalistic cycling data were collected to examine behavioral changes and its habituation through workshops.
- Analysis of actual behavior showed a 17% reduction in failure to stop behaviors at unsignalized intersections.
- With an increase in background factors such as motivation, commitment (p<0.05), and intention to change behavior (p<0.01).
- To spontaneously change safe behavior, "showing a distinction between undesirable and desirable behavior" was more effective.
Wed 23:45 - 00:00