A new CHOP/Annenberg Public Policy Center study explores the role of working memory development in adolescents and motor vehicle crash risk.
Learn about how CIRP is establishing a new Neuroscience of Driving Research Program that will bridge basic neuroscience with applied driving research at the clinical and broader population level.
Read about a research summary that examines the role of the brain’s executive functions in driving outcomes, also known as crashes, for adolescent drivers.
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CIRP recently welcomed Robert Isler, PhD, an associate professor of Psychology at The University of Waikato in New Zealand, for an extended visit. He shared his findings about training the teen brain to drive.