Essay If I was able to convey the data used in the 2008 study published in the

Essay if i was able to convey the data used in the

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driver who has their own lives, in their own hands? Essay: If I was able to convey the data used in the 2008 study, published in the “Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, researchers Drews, Pasupathi and Strayer” which addressed the of “Distractive Driving”, I would focus my efforts initially at the High Schools. I would re-address the statistics of an in-person conversation (secondary rider) and show that 100% of the test subjects were able to arrive at their location without have any negative consequences, however; only 60% of the test subjects were able to arrive at their location showing negative navigational skills. The focus toward the teens would be to attempt to decrease the use of cell phones by teen drives, which based on statistics by DMV.org, “Teens are more than likely to text while driving or have on-going, multi-text conversations while driving” ( - and-distracted-driving.php , 1999-2020 DMV.org). My campaign would attempt to reduce cell phone use in regards to texting and hand-held devices. My campaign would state that all cell phone usage should be on an emergency based situation, I wouldn’t even offer an alternative such as a Bluetooth as mitigation to the problem. An article from, Faiz Siddiqui with the Washington Post, “Is hands free cell phone use really safer than driving? We asked mythBusters.”
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