All the (Road) Rage: The Causes of Driver Aggression


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Criminal Behaviorology All the (Road) Rage: The Causes of Driver Aggression

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Dr. Jerrod Brown, Ph.D., is a professor, trainer, consultant, and researcher, and the founder and CEO of the American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS). He has had two previous appearances on Criminal Behaviorology (listed below). He once again came to educate us the subject of road rage (Driver Aggression). If you are traveling for the holidays, or any reason, this might be an important episode. Stay safe out there.

Show Highlights:

- Dr. Brown looks at the behaviors involved in road rage from a psychological perspective.

- Minor driving aggression (what we all do) can progress into full rage. Road rage as on the most extreme side of the spectrum.

- Anxious driving behavior, driver related stress, and other types of problematic driving behaviors.

- The variables involved: dehydration and nutrition; what happens before one gets in a car; warm temperatures; neurology and impulse control (executive function); maturity level; population (more cars on the road); alexithymia; emotional intelligence; sleep deprivation.

- Road Rage: What it is, and what it is not. The coining of the term sometime in the 1980s.

-What is the intent, if there was one? Driven by rage. -What are the behaviors observed? Intimidation? Gestures of aggression, threats?

- Triggering events: Slow driving; reckless driving behavior of others; discourtesy and disrespect by other drivers; time urgency; family troubles; driver distractions.

- The personal nature of the automobile. How the car gives us so much autonomy, attention, respect and other benefits. The car as a second home or office - If you are in an automobile accident… How to act. What to do.

The Richard Aderson Case: Alexithymia: Dr. Jerrod Brown Discusses

Driver Aggression on The Criminologist:

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