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    Study: Returning U.S. soldiers have trouble with road rules at home

    Life can be tough for U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Post traumatic stress disorder must make everyday tasks hell to deal with. Not the least of which is re-adjusting to American road rules. In Iraq, the goal of the morning commute is to reach the destination alive. The more ...

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    Study: Car buffs more likely to be aggressive drivers. In other news, grass green, sky blue

    A new study published online in the Journal of Psychology & Marketing tells us what most gearheads already know: If you perceive your car as extension of self, you're more likely to drive aggressively. Unsurprising to us, yes, but also to Ayalla Ruvio, lead author of "Aggressive Driving: A ...

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    Study: West Virginia traffic accidents rise after NASCAR races

    West Virginia has more NASCAR fans per capita than any other state in the nation. Fitting, then, that The Mountain State was chosen by the Journal of Applied Social Psychology for a study on what connection, if any, exists between watching crash-filled races on television and how viewers then ...

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    Driving like a jerk reportedly helps to reduce traffic jams

    Drive like a sheep, and you get stuck. Break some rules here and there for the good of traffic flow, and everyone benefits. A new traffic study by physicists at Sweden's Umea University found that while we're all taught to obey the traffic rules no matter what, doing so just makes for bottlenecks. ...


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