A Summary of Two Surveys on the Psychological Predictors of Self-Reported Distracted Driving

Abstract: We conducted two surveys of Americans who reported that they drive at least 3 times per week and own a smartphone. We asked them about distracted driving behaviors, risk perceptions of distracted driving, attitudes towards driving and their cell phones, and their attitudes towards methods of reducing distracted driving behavior.

Authors: Brittany Shoots-Reinhard, Ellen Peters

Date: November 2018

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