By analyzing eye-tracking data from cyclists on Philadelphia's streets, CIRP Senior Fellow/Weitzman School of Design at the University of Pennsylania Associate Dean of Research Dr. Megan S. Ryerson's team found that these individual metrics can help design safer roadways for bicyclists and pedestrians.
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Read news stories featuring the research behind Teen Driver Source and evidence-based resources.
It's more effective to show teens how to eliminate phone-related driver distractions, rather than just nag them about not using the phone, says Dr. Kit Delgado in this Wall Street Journal article.
Listen in to hear Dr. Elizabeth Walshe share research from a CHOP/Annenberg Public Policy Center study that found that young adults who use cell phones while driving also engage in other risky driving behaviors.
Read about the new virtual driving assessment program at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Care Network locations made possible by a $4 million grant from NJM Insurance Group.
New research finds that those who use cell phones while behind the wheel are more likely to engage in other types of risky driving.
New study findings can lead to meaningful conversations with teens, especially those who have been labeled as "impulsive" throughout their development.