Identifying predictors of persistent non-alcohol or drug-related risky driving behaviours among a cohort of young adults.

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This study sought to identify adolescent risk factors that predicted persistent risky driving behaviours among young adults. It was part of a longitudinal study of a birth cohort (474 males and 459 females). The potential predictors were self-reported data obtained at ages 15, 18, 21 years (academic qualifications, personality, mental health, anti-social… (More)

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@article{Begg2004IdentifyingPO, title={Identifying predictors of persistent non-alcohol or drug-related risky driving behaviours among a cohort of young adults.}, author={Dorothy J Begg and John Desmond Langley}, journal={Accident; analysis and prevention}, year={2004}, volume={36 6}, pages={1067-71} }