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Unformatted text preview: alcohol concentration reached 0.06 and had them drive a motor vehicle. As a result, subjects driving performances such as brake reaction time and car following (speed/ distance variations) were decreased (Kuypers et al. 2006). Thus, alcohol affected reaction time negatively. In Leungs experiment, 18-21 year old and 25-35 year old males were given alcohol and put into a driving simulator in order to find if alcohol did influence their driving abilities. Results include, slower detection times and decreased time-to-collision judgment times (Leung et al. 2005)....
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