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Taken together, the data demonstrate that conversing on a cell phone impaired driving performance and that the distracting effects of cell-phone conversations were equivalent for hand-held and hands-free devices. Compared to single-task conditions, cell-phone drivers’ brake reaction times were slower and they took longer to recover the speed that was lost following braking. The cross-plot of speed and following distance showed that drivers conversing on a cell phone tended to have a more cautious driving profile, which may be indicative of a compensatory strategy to counteract the delayed brake reaction time.
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