Accident and violation rates among cannabis users before and after their conviction for cannabis offences.
B 9125 /83.4 / IRRD 215330
In: Proceedings of the lst International Conference on Driver Behaviour, Zurich, 4 October 1973, 12 p., 2 graph., 12 ref.
|Samenvatting||The purpose of this study was to obtain data on (1) accident violation rates of a sample of persons convicted of marijuana possession and trafficking, and (2) how variations in these rates relate to conviction. The data for young persons convicted of cannabis offences indicate that a year prior to conviction their rates of collision and driving conviction are much higher than for experienced drivers of comparable age and sex. Other results are also presented and discussed.|
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