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The Vienna Test System TRAFFIC is used in the area of private risk drivers: in the identification of those drivers who have an increased risk of accidents or offences. Traffic psychological tests are therefore risk avoidance on an individual level. The relevance of traffic psychological diagnostics has been shown in studies such as Schade (2005). The result: a relatively small share of drivers is responsible for a large proportion of offences. About 15% of drivers cause 50% of the incidents (this includes accidents caused by grossly dangerous behavior and/or disregard of formal regulations).
The greatest benefit that can be achieved through traffic psychological checks and the resulting measures is the identification of this 15%. This can reduce traffic accidents and increase road safety.
Traffic psychologically relevant dimensions are for example:
- Concentration (COG)
- Attention (WAF)
- The estimation of motion and speed of objects (motion anticipation) (ZBA)
- Visual memory performance (VISGED)
- Conclusive thinking (AMT)
- Spatial imagination (3D)
- Hand-eye coordination (2HAND)
- Resilience in stressful situations and ability to react (DT)
- Perception of hazards (GECO)
- Driving-related aspects of personality (KEKS)
- Reactive behavior & visual functions (WG)
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