(6) Basic Facts About Teen Crashes(4) Cell Phone Use(2) Comprehensive Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL)(1) Drowsy Driving/Fatigue (1) Emotions(1) Hazard Detection(3) Impaired Driving(2) Inexperience(6) Miles to Go(1) Nighttime Driving(4) Other Risk Factors (4) Parental Involvement (4) Passengers as Deadly Distractions - Peers and Older Teen Passengers(1) Risk to Child Passengers From Teen Driver(2) Seat Belt Use(2) Speeding (1) Teens With Special Needs(9) Teen Driver Background
Cell Phone Use
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- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Distracted Driving 2013. Washington, DC. April 2015.
- Just MA, Keller TA, Cynkar JA. A Decrease in Brain Activation Associated With Driving When Listening to Someone Speak. Brain Research. 2008; 1205:70-80.
- Redelmeier DA, Tibshirani RJ. Association Between Cellular-Telephone Calls and Motor Vehicle Collisions. The New England Journal of Medicine. February 13, 1997; 336(7).
- LaVoie N, Lee YC, Parker J. Preliminary Research Developing a Theory of Cell Phone Distraction and Social Relationships. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 2015;86(1):155-160.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Statistics and Facts about Distracted Driving. Washington, DC: US Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2011.
- Curry AE, Hafetz J, Kallan MJ, Winston FK, Durbin DR. Prevalence of Teen Driver Errors Leading to Serious Motor Vehicle Crashes. Accident Analysis and Prevention. April 2011.
- Carney C, McGehee D, Harland H, Weiss M, and Raby M. Using Naturalistic Driving Data to Assess the Prevalence of Environment Factors and Driver Behaviors in Teen Driver Crashes. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. March 2015.
- Caird JK, Johnston KA, Willness CR, Asbridge M, and Steel P. A Meta-analysis of the Effects of Texting on Driving. Accident Analysis and Prevention.June 29, 2014 (online).