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Unformatted text preview: s.   Results indicate that responses to the second task are delayed   Driving and   Cell phones   Adjusting music   Watching the scenery   Almost 80% of crashes and 65% of near ­ crashes involved some form of driver inattention within three seconds of the event 16 9/27/11   Naturalistic Observation of cell phone use and driver behavior Failed to Stopped stop properly On Cell Phone 82 28 No Cell Phone 352 1286   Impact of hands free cell phone conversations on simulated driving:   Cell ­phone conversation led to inattentional ­ blindness   Even if they looked at an object, participant did not remember the object   Related to automaticity of processes   Fits with capacity theories of attention 17 9/27/11 Automatic   Little intentional effort   Outside conscious awareness   Not taxing on attention system   Parallel processing   Fast   Repeated tasks  ­ consistent, frequent   Little analysis as performed   Difficult to inhibit and analyze   Task complexity…. Controlled   Intentional effort   Full conscious awareness   Use attentional resources   Serial processing   Slow(er)   Unpracticed tasks, or changeable features   Analysis as performed   Inhibition and analysis not a problem   Task complexity….       Integrally related t...
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