New study released focusing on psychology of how people forget their kids in cars

Credit: ABC15 Arizona
Published on May 20, 2019 - Duration: 02:08s

New study released focusing on psychology of how people forget their kids in cars

Following the release of the annual Maricopa County Attorney "Don't Leave Me Behind" campaign, ABC15 takes a look at a new study that found people forget their kids in cars because complex brain memory systems sometimes fail.

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