Correlation of self-control with aggressive behavior of adolescent motorcyclists

Setia Budi, Ilham Nur Alfian

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Most of road accidents are caused by aggressive behavior of motorcyclists, especially adolescents. An understanding of self-control is needed to reduce the risk of accidents. This study aimed to determine a relationship between self-control and aggressive behavior of motorcyclists in adolescents. The results of the correlation test between two variables indicated that the significance of the variable self-control driving with driver aggressiveness was 0.000. The correlation coefficient obtained was negative which showed the direction of the opposite relationship so that when self-control of motorbike driving was high then aggressive behavior was also high.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1776-1794
Number of pages19
Issue numberSpecialEdition26
Publication statusPublished - 2020


  • Adolescents
  • Aggressive driving behavior
  • Self control


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