5 What kind of research design did this study use ie descriptive correlational

5 what kind of research design did this study use ie

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ing affected by selection and that the driver was not prepared for the experiment. 5. What kind of research design did this study use, i.e., descriptive, correlational, or experi- mental? Explain your answer. a. This study used the experimental research technique, solely because Drews, et al., were experiments to conduct whether or not drivers are capable to completely im- portant driving tasks while holding a conversation on the cell phone, or with a passenger. 6. What can you conclude from looking at Figure 1.1? a. According to Figure 1.1, I can conclude that only 60 % of drivers who have con- versation on the phone aren’t fully concentrated on driving and are incapable of
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completing the tasks. Meanwhile, 100% were able to hold a conversation with their passenger, while staying completely concentrated and completing the tasks, 7. Based on the Research Summary on Distracted Driving, develop your own research ques- tion 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 hy- pothesis is based on the research question. It is a statement that makes a prediction about
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