Select at least three research reports from peer-reviewed journals relevant to the cell phone use while driving, making sure they address one or more of the following issues:
How do texting, handheld phones, and hands-free phones compare with each other in their effects on driving?
How do other, traditional distractions compare to cell phone use in their effects on driving (such as eating, attending to children, talking to passengers, listening to music/news, etc.)?
Can cell phone use while driving be compared with drunk driving? Why or why not?
What other variables (such as age) can affect driving while using a cell phone?
With the insights gained from these articles cover the following in the Policy portion of your proposal:
1: In a one-page summary, compare and contrast the results of the various studies regarding the cognitive abilities that are affected during cell phone use while driving.
2: Using that research, develop and explain particular recommendations for policy makers. For instance, restrict texting, or regulate the use of hand-held phones. All your recommendations must be supported by your research findings.
3: Based on the gaps in current research, describe the variables, populations, and situations which you would like to see future research address.
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