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Michele Iaia: Road Rage - Part 2

Road rage is a term used to refer to violent behavior by a driver of an automobile, which thus causes accidents or incidents on roadways. It's caused primarily, but not exclusively, by overcrowding on inadequate road systems that were not designed for modern levels of traffic, thus forcing a driver to set his speed not to his own expectation, but rather that of the prevailing traffic around him. As early as 1997, therapists in the U.S. were working to certify road rage as a medical condition. Typically associated with intermittent explosive disorder, road rage is an official mental disorder in the "Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders". In this program, Family & Marital Therapist, Michele Iaia, further explores the reasons and ramifications of road rage.
Length: 05:05


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