Young drivers knowledge of road safety, sleepiness and fatigue: examining the internal consistency of the Institute for Breathing and Sleep Driver Awareness questionnaire (IBAS-DAQ)

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Cortes-Simonet, E. N, Kennedy, Gerard, Howard, M, Gill, H and McMahon, M (2010) Young drivers knowledge of road safety, sleepiness and fatigue: examining the internal consistency of the Institute for Breathing and Sleep Driver Awareness questionnaire (IBAS-DAQ). In: Living in a 24/7 world : the impact of circadian disruption on sleep, work and health. Sargent, Charli, Darwent, David and Roach, Gregory D, eds. Australasian Chronobiology Society, Adelaide, pp. 35-39.

Abstract

The aims of this study is to evaluate the psychometric qualities of the Institute of Breathing and Sleep Driver Awareness Questionnaire (IBAS - DAQ) and to determine whether gender differences existed in the scores within selected demographic variables and each subscale of the questionnaire.

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Australasian Chronobiology Society 7th Annual meeting: held Adelaide, 4-5 Septemeber, 2010

Item type Book Section
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/10079
Official URL http://www.australasianchronobiology.org/downloads...
ISBN 9780646538631
Subjects Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Social Sciences and Psychology
Current > FOR Classification > 1701 Psychology
Historical > SEO Classification > 970111 Expanding Knowledge in the Medical and Health Sciences
Keywords ResPubID21480, Institute of Breathing and Sleep Driver Awareness, sleep deprivation, drivers, young adults, psychological aspects, psychology, Victoria University, Australia
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