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... 5   How Behavioral Strategies Work Overview Understanding how behavioral countermeasures and strategies work will guide you in selecting, adapting, and implementing. To begin, it is important to distinguish three things: • Beliefs: understanding or knowledge, such as, "It's not safe to use a cell phone while driving" or "Roundabouts are safer than traditional intersections"; • Behavior: actions that lead to consequences such as risky driving (e.g., speeding, being aggressive, distracted, or impaired)
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... 6 Highway Safety Behavioral Strategies for Rural and Tribal Areas: A Guide for implementation. In this case, officers to conduct the enforcement, people to identify and place media messages, funding (or earned media resources)
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... How Behavioral Strategies Work 7   Logic models make you more effective: • Logic models help stakeholders understand how a behavioral countermeasure or strategy works. • Logic models help stakeholders make decisions about whether they have adequate resources to implement a behavioral countermeasure or strategy.

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