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Department
Psychology
Course
Psychology 2135A/B
Professor
Marcie Penner- Wilger
Semester
Fall

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Chapter specific questions  What are three reasons that talking to a passenger is less problematic than talking on the phone while driving?  Why might people think that talking on the phone does not affect driving? -think they use different resources, driving hands free phone, hands are available -think they are good drivers, it usually works so why wouldn’t it work this time? -if we don’t encounter personal evidence that we cant do it, so we think we can do it  Can/should we be vigilant in looking for gorillas? Why or why not? -we have limited resources, we cant look for everything -be aware of how limited your attention is, get as few distractions as possible to notice if gorillas pop up so you can react Today’s class  Discussion of “I think I would have seen that” -can we multi-task?  Group challenge-design a
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