This enables you to see how much manipulating each group has an effect on the

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for each group to try to manipulate the experiment. This enables you to see how much manipulating each group has an effect on the final results for each group (Walinga, 2010). 6. What can you conclude from looking at Figure 1.1? That having the conversation about a close call story with a passenger in the car leads to a higher success rate of completing the navigation task, as opposed to having the conversation over the phone. 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
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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 makes a prediction about the relationship among the variables in the study (you can use If-Then statements). My research question and hypothesis connected to the topic would be if people know the dangers of distracted driving, then passengers and people on the phone will be less likely to divulge a close-call story to someone who is driving because it could negatively impact their driving. Question: Does sharing a close-call story with someone driving affect their ability to drive? 8. Step 4: I think the data from the Drews, et al. study shows how some seemingly benign conversations can have an immense impact on one's ability to successfully navigate a seemingly simple driving route. It shows how distracted
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