Teens lack judgment when driving, trauma study finds

Thursday, August 14, 2008 - 16:56 in Psychology & Sociology

Teens may underestimate their risk of dying in a car collision because they not only see themselves as invincible but also make faulty assumptions, say Canadian researchers who recommend countering the flawed beliefs in injury prevention programs.

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