By Bonnie Szumski
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When a person directs his or her attention toward sound, the brain’s visual capacity decreases. Steven Yantis, a professor of psychological and 54 brain sciences at Johns Hopkins University, says that the effect is as if drivers are seeing the image in their head of the person they are talking to, thereby decreasing their ability to see what is actually in front of them. “When people are listening to a cell-phone conversation, they’re slower to respond to things they’re looking at. ”42 A 2006 study from neuroscientists Paul E.
When the alcohol-impaired drivers and the cell phone users were compared, several differences were noticeable. The cell phone users had a delayed response time to the braking scenarios and were involved in more accidents than the drivers who drove while legally drunk. The drunk drivers drove closer to the car in front of them and braked more aggresWhen driving sively, but were involved in fewer accidents. ”41 profound as those Yet not all studies agree that all cell phone use is associated with dangerous and that zero tolerance is necessary.
When people are listening to a cell-phone conversation, they’re slower to respond to things they’re looking at. ”42 A 2006 study from neuroscientists Paul E. Dux and René Marois of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, also suggests the brain may be unable to reconcile the input of a cell phone with the task of driving. Marois, associate professor of psychology at Vanderbilt, concluded: “While we are driving, we are bombarded with visual information. We might also be talking to passengers or talking on the phone.