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Advances in Research and Theory by Brian H. Ross (Eds.)

By Brian H. Ross (Eds.)

The Psychology of studying and Motivation sequence publishes empirical and theoretical contributions in cognitive and experimental psychology, starting from classical and instrumental conditioning to complicated studying and challenge fixing. every one bankruptcy thoughtfully integrates the writings of prime participants, who current and talk about major our bodies of analysis appropriate to their discipline. Volume fifty one contains chapters on such diversified subject matters as emotion and reminiscence interference, electrophysiology, mathematical cognition, and reader participation in narrative. * Volume 54 of the very popular Psychology of studying and Motivation sequence * an important reference for researchers and lecturers in cognitive technological know-how * appropriate to either utilized issues and easy examine

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Finally, the accident data indicated that there were significantly more accidents when participants were conversing on a cell phone than in the single-task baseline or alcohol conditions. 05. Taken together, we found that both intoxicated drivers and cell-phone drivers performed differently from the single-task baseline and that the driving profiles of these two conditions differed. Drivers using a cell phone exhibited a delay in their response to events in the driving scenario and were more likely to be involved in a traffic accident.

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