cellphone driving is more distractive and passenger conversation They did a

Cellphone driving is more distractive and passenger

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cellphone driving is more distractive and passenger conversation. They did a good job on keeping the participants random to help keep the studies from being bias. 6. What can you conclude from looking at Figure 1.1? That it takes more attention to talk and drive than it is to talk to a person in the car. The figure shows that it cellphone users were distracted more by 40%. It really shows that having the cellular devices has a huge impact in not only your driving skills but the safety of the drivers around you. In the studies it does talk about the topic of conversation does play a role but the phone is obviously has a huge impact. 7. Based on the Research Summary on Distracted Driving, develop your own research question and hypothesis that is related to the topic. This should be something that researchers could study next to learn more about the topic of Distracted Driving. Tips: The research question identifies what the study will focus on and guides the research process. The hypothesis is based on the research question. It is a statement that
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makes a prediction about the relationship among the variables in the study (you can use If-Then statements). Based on the research the next step I would take is then the reaction time of a distracted driver in these situation. Another situation is seeing if food or music have the similar rates of distraction as cellphone users. Step 5 With the results of the study do you personally feel that these are close to drivers that we see today? Should we expand the experiment for more details?
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