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Inferential Statistics Cellular Phone Use Hypothesis

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Cellular phone use while driving has been linked to increased driver distraction and motor vehicle accidents (Strayer, Drews & Johnston, 2003). As a result, many states and provinces have created legislation to outlaw the use of cellular phones while driving. Despite the introduction of these laws, they are not widespread across the country, nor do all individuals choose to abide by the laws where they do exist (McCartt, Hellinga, Strouse & Farmer, 2010). It seems that many individuals do not believe that the dangers of using a cellular device while driving apply to them. Although some research has linked any type of cellular phone use to increased distraction and accidents, including hands-free phone operation, it seems that actually holding the phone seems to…. [read more]

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