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Resident’s study is 1st to assess effects of ADHD, inexperience and texting on driving

September 3, 2013
Williamsport Sun-Gazette

DANVILLE - Teen drivers diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) were found to have more variability in their speed and tended to veer out of their lane more frequently than teens without ADHD and texting just made their performance worse. These findings were recorded as part of a new study led by Megan Narad, M.A., a Geisinger Medical Center clinical psychology resident.

 
 

 

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