Be A Confident Driver

Author: John Henderson
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444133780
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Let our expert author guide you through this brand new edition, with personal insights, tips, energising self-tests and summaries throughout the book.

How To Overcome Fear Of Driving

Author: Joanne Mallon
ISBN: 9780956702463
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This is a book for anyone who wants to step away from any fear of driving and towards becoming a confident driver instead.

Feasibility Of Using In Vehicle Video Data To Explore How To Modify Driver Behavior That Causes Nonrecurring Congestion

Publisher: Transportation Research Board
ISBN: 9780309129114
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The motivations behind the driver's actions, when able to be clearly determined,
weighed more heavily than actual behaviors. Events were coded according to
judgment with respect to why the alert went off— as though one was looking
through the eyes of the driver. Time of Day Dusk was difficult to ... In many
instances, the reviewers were confident that the driver's eyes were not looking
forward but could not tell specifically where the eyes were looking. These
instances were coded as ...

Think Confident Be Confident

Author: Leslie Sokol
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101140674
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A realistic response, one not driven by doubt, would be: “A fender bender would
shake anyone up. I've been driving for more than twenty- three years at least five
times each day and this is only my second accident. I'd say based on those
statistics I'm a competent driver. Feelings aren't facts.” When your negative
emotions take over, you thwart yourself. Having lost the confidence to believe in
yourself, you cease to reach for your goals; instead you retreat, sabotaging or
evading your ...

Life Skills Training Critical Reflective Approach

Author: Ceronne Prevatt and Dianne Hyles
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469160889
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... foreheads on the windscreen. My heart leaps when I see fathers, obviously
feeling a sense of pride, casually driving along with their boys in this way,
oblivious to the danger of the situation. And, of course there are the parents who
are safely buckled up while their children stand in between the front seats. Even if
you feel you are a competent driver who would never endanger the life of your
child, can you be that confident of the other drivers on the road or even the road

Lady Driver

Author: Jayawati Shrivastava
Publisher: Zubaan
ISBN: 9385932322
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Clearly, things are changing. Lady Driver maps the journeys of twelve women from poor, marginalized communities who have transformed their lives by taking up the challenge of becoming women drivers.

The Development Of Guides For Teacher Preparation In Driver Education Final Report

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THE DRIVER EDUCATOR AS A DRIVER The analysis of instructional
requirements described in the previous section focused entirely upon the driver
educator's performances and qualifications as they related to the act of teaching.
However, the driver educator, like any other educator, must also know his subject
. In short, he must be a confident driver. He must both know about and possess
the knowledges and skills that underlie efficient vehicle operation. The driving
aspects of the ...

Suspect Race

Author: Jack Glaser
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190253053
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In other words, although we may see a relationship between two variables like
driver race and stop rate, it is difficult to be confident that driver race itself is
causing police to stop people, as opposed to some other intermediary variable or
variables, like rate of offense, type of car, geographical distribution, and so forth. I
have briefly discussed this challenge in Chapter 1 and the research that has
allowed for inferences of varying degrees of strength. It is crucial for
psychological scientists ...

L Of A Way 2 Pass

Author: Diane Hall
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1467002534
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They go for a drive, without a care in the world thinking that they are as good as
anyone else on the road: 'Well, I've passed my test, haven't I?' Now, let's consider
the driver who has just passed, and feels really scared about going out for the
first time, and decides to have a little drive on their own on a quiet estate to get
used to the car. The first driver could potentially be a danger to themselves and
other road users because they are so over confident that they have forgotten that
for the ...

Deterrence Of The Drinking Driver

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Furthermore, the proportion of prosecutions ending in convictions reached
between 96 and 97 percent. Hurst's evaluation of the New Zealand legislation
uses a variety of official measures of effect. His overall conclusion is negative: It is
concluded that the 1969 law did not have the kind of immediate effect that was
achieved in Great Britain in 1967. There may have been a more gradual effect,
but one cannot be confident that such a effect occurred. The difference in impact
was almost ...