What Really Causes Teen Driving Accidents?

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By Ann Lambert, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Center, Dept of Psychiatry & NB Sciences

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Vehicular collisions are the leading cause of death in adolescence, a statistic often attributed to lack of experience and ā€œpoor judgment.ā€ Nonetheless, a significant subgroup of drivers pass through adolescence with no vehicular collisions or citations despite minimal driving experience. What, then, are these young drivers doing right? Continue reading