Comportamento do pedestre com base na Teoria do Comportamento Planejado: uma revisão de escopo

Autores

  • Márcia Lopes Rodrigues de Souza Universidade de Brasília
  • Michelle Andrade Universidade de Brasília
  • Ingrid Luísa Neto Universidade de Brasília
  • Samuel Morgan Universidade de Brasília

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.58922/transportes.v32i2.2958

Palavras-chave:

Comportamento do pedestre, Teoria do Comportamento Planejado, Revisão de Escopo

Resumo

O entendimento do comportamento humano é fundamental para viabilizar ambientes mais seguros, sobretudo considerando os pedestres, que se destacam como um dos elementos mais vulneráveis e complexos do trânsito. A Teoria do Comportamento Planejado (TCP) é amplamente empregada para a predição comportamental, apresentando resultados promissores no estudo do comportamento de pedestres há aproximadamente 20 anos. Esta revisão de escopo objetiva mapear e sintetizar o conhecimento disponível sobre o comportamento do pedestre com base na TCP. A revisão permitiu identificar os comportamentos mais estudados (violações, erros, lapsos e comportamento seguro) e os construtos e variáveis mais significativos na explicação dos comportamentos. Os comportamentos de risco com maior destaque nos estudos revisados foram a) atravessar em locais não autorizados; b) usar o celular durante a travessia; e c) caminhar e/ou realizar travessia embriagado. Conclui-se indicando que os construtos da TCP podem subsidiar ações de promoção de segurança viária e orientar o delineamento de estudos futuros voltadas para os pedestres.

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