How attention research can inform public policy

How attention research can inform public policy

About This Video

In this second part of his interview with goCognitive, Dr. David Strayer from the University of Utah talks about the public policy impact of scientific studies on driver distraction. While many states have disallowed hand-held cell phone use while driving, research clearly suggests that hands-free cell phone use is just as problematic. Mike Teske, a beginning graduate student at the University of Idaho's Human Factors program, is conducting the interview.
Tags:
attention, divided attention, cell-phone use, distraction, driving, psychology, cars
Duration:
00:06:09