The following is an excerpt from a video story about research done by Wichita State University's human factors program appeared on www.insidescience.org.

Texting while driving: Creating the perfect storm of distraction
Mar 19, 2012 1:24 PM | Print
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Turns out texting and driving is more dangerous than we thought, according to a new study by human factors psychologists at Wichita State University, including psychology professor and department chairman Alex Chaparro.

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