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November 30, 2015

Teens Know Dangers of Driving With Cellphones But Do It Anyway, Penn Research Shows

What happens when "Tom  Hanks," "Tom Cruise," and "Kesha" sit around a table? When the talkers are actually teens using researcher-requested pseudonyms they chose to anonymously discuss their driving habits, the results are surprising.

Specifically, the 16- to 18-year-olds were examining distracted driving, one of seven such conversations that took place within 30 teens.

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