Fatal passenger vehicle crashes with at least 1 driver younger than 15 years: a Fatality Analysis Reporting System study.

Title

Fatal passenger vehicle crashes with at least 1 driver younger than 15 years: a Fatality Analysis Reporting System study.

Creator

Frisch L; Plessinger A

Publisher

Journal of Rural Health

Date

2007
2007

Subject

Female; Male; Child; Multivariate Analysis; Age Factors; Midwestern United States; Licensure; Human; Descriptive Statistics; Funding Source; P-Value; Data Analysis Software; Pilot Studies; Data Analysis; Adolescence; Pearson's Correlation Coefficient; Spearman's Rank Correlation Coefficient; Southeastern United States; Regression; Statistical; Accidents; Traffic; Geographic Factors; Southwestern United States; Automobile Driving – In Adolescence; Automobile Driving – Legislation and Jurisprudence; Rural Health – In Adolescence

Rights

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Pages

158–162

Issue

2

Volume

23

Citation

Frisch L; Plessinger A, “Fatal passenger vehicle crashes with at least 1 driver younger than 15 years: a Fatality Analysis Reporting System study.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed March 2, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/6095.

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