Mental health symptoms are associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a chronic illness including attention difficulties, hyperactivity and impulsivity, and mental disorders are associated with increased errors in a driving simulator and self-reported risky driving behavior. According to a University of Pennsylvania study, juvenile drivers between the ages of 16 and 19 are more likely to have fatal accidents than their older counterparts.
The researchers also conducted questionnaires on depressive symptoms and another about their driving behavior on B. A trend toward the speed of mobile phone use and the number of passengers carried by them. Parents assessed their child along with ADHD symptoms and other mental health problems.
During the test drives, the researchers exposed the young people to various crash scenarios, such as a rear-end collision or a hidden danger, avoidable if you drive safely. At the end of the simulated evaluation, they were assigned 21
The results are published in the journal Nursing Research.
Released: April 1, 2018 4:30 pm