In this study we analyzed the effects of aggression on performance in handling a swerved vehicle. To achieve this desiderate the Buss & Perry aggression questionnaire and the auto simulator of the Titi Aur Academy were used. The auto simulator measured the performance in handling a car found in slippage. The Pearson correlation statistical procedure was applied to the data obtained. A negative correlation was obtained between the level of anger and hostility registered by the participants and their top performances to maneuver a vehicle sliding out. This study involved 30 amateurs / professionals drivers, aged between 19 and 49 years, holders of a driving license. In conclusion, this study highlights the negative effect produced by emotions such as anger and hostility on performance on handling of a car found in slippage. For a good performance in traffic the driver is recommended to properly manage their negative emotional feelings.
Keywords: aggressiveness, performance, vehicle, swerve, simulator, drivers