Drivers make more mistakes when talking on a cell phone than when talking to passengers, new research shows. This finding addresses the common question about whether driver distraction comes from cell-phone use specifically or conversation generally. A full report appears in the December issue of the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, published by the American Psychological Association...
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