Interpreting the (non)controversial science of distracted driving
from The Huffington Post
Professor of Psychology Paul Atchley writes, "When I speak on the science of distracted driving, the theme of my talk often centers on the idea that we fool ourselves. One of the most powerful lessons from a century of psychological research is that we are often unaware or completely wrong about our intuitions about how our brain works. Many functions of our brain exist to protect us from the uncomfortable reality that we are far more limited than we like to think we are."
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