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To Cell Phones Significantly Impairs Drivers
Brain Imaging Reveals Drivers Are Distracted Even if They Don't Talk
The use of cell phones, including dialing and texting, has long been a safety concern for drivers. But the Carnegie Mellon study, for the first time, used brain imaging to document that listening alone reduces by 37 percent the amount of brain activity associated with driving. This can cause drivers to weave out of their lane, based on the performance of subjects using a driving simulator.