ABC News Highlights Human Factors Research

In October 2010 at the USA Science & Engineering Festival, graduate students from George Mason University worked with the FABBS Foundation to demonstrate to teens how texting while driving interferes with the ability to drive. The booth at the festival also explored how the limits of the mind interfere with optimal performance in other tasks such as playing video games or flying a plane.

Recently, as seen in the video below from ABC 7, the same graduate students took the simulator to a local DC-area school with surprising results.

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