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Risky behavior by teens can be explained in part by how their brains change


Advance Warning for Light Changes Could Make Intersections Safer

A new study finds that drivers who receive advance warning that a traffic light is about to change are far more likely to slow down or stop at intersections. ... More>


Bicyclists Beware: The Psychology of Car-Bike Crash Risks

Differences in how bikers and drivers perceive risk on the road could have implications for preventing crashes. ... More>


Smoking Up Behind the Wheel Linked to Risky Driving While Sober

Individuals who drive under the influence of cannabis may also be more likely to engage in other risky driving behaviors, according to new research. ... More>


Researchers Build Profile of the Drowsy Trucker

Sleep-deprived truck drivers are often more fatigued than they realize, and they also tend to skip rest breaks during their road trips, research shows. ... More>