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Chichester Observer
Chichester man arrived in Istanbul as deadly terrorist attack eruptedBlume, of East Dean, said: “So glad you’re okay, stay safe Joe x x.” Mr Downy
Chichester man arrived in Istanbul as deadly terrorist attack erupted
Chichester Observer / Posted 19 hours ago
Blume, of East Dean, said: “So glad you’re okay, stay safe Joe x x.” Mr Downy is due to begin his masters degree at the University of Sussex in September. As part of his research, he has spent months visiting war-torn nations in the Middle East... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers detect interstellar energy absorbed by dust particlesreleases this week from the HELP team and the Herschel Multi-tiered Extragalact
Researchers detect interstellar energy absorbed by dust particles
PhysOrg / Posted 19 hours ago
releases this week from the HELP team and the Herschel Multi-tiered Extragalactic Survey (HerMES). Prof Seb Oliver of the University of Sussex leads HELP and HerMES. He says: "It is fantastic to see these high quality data products emerge from... Read more
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iol.co.za
Brexit? It’s bad news for Africawill all be poorer because of Brexit, including in Africa. * Ian Scoones is a
Brexit? It’s bad news for Africa
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
will all be poorer because of Brexit, including in Africa. * Ian Scoones is a professorial fellow at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex. * The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of Independent Me... Read more
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Slate
An Animatronic Second Head May Be the Craziest Impulse Buy EverTwitter and sign up for our weekly newsletter. David Lewis, a neuropsychologis
An Animatronic Second Head May Be the Craziest Impulse Buy Ever
Slate / Posted 2 days ago
Twitter and sign up for our weekly newsletter. David Lewis, a neuropsychologist, is the chairman and director of research at Mindlab International, based in the Science Park at the University of Sussex. He is the author of Impulse and The Brain Se... Read more
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Sussex Express
Brexit: Sussex universities face ‘significant challenges’their home address – to ensure they did not lose their ability to vote. Profes
Brexit: Sussex universities face ‘significant challenges’
Sussex Express / Posted 5 days ago
their home address – to ensure they did not lose their ability to vote. Professor Michael Farthing vice-chancellor of the University of Sussex also raised concerns. He said: “The contribution of universities to the economic and social life of the... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Brexit: Sussex universities face ‘significant challenges’their home address – to ensure they did not lose their ability to vote. Profes
Brexit: Sussex universities face ‘significant challenges’
Chichester Observer / Posted 5 days ago
their home address – to ensure they did not lose their ability to vote. Professor Michael Farthing vice-chancellor of the University of Sussex also raised concerns. He said: “The contribution of universities to the economic and social life of the... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Trouble falling asleep? Six minutes of reading might be the simple answeractual book. Not only does the light from your phone screen activate your brai
Trouble falling asleep? Six minutes of reading might be the simple answer
KGTV San Diego / Posted 6 days ago
actual book. Not only does the light from your phone screen activate your brain, research by Mindlab International at the University of Sussex showed that reading reduced stress by as much as 68 percent. Lead researcher, Dr. David Lewis said... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Trouble falling asleep? Six minutes of reading might be the simple answeractual book. Not only does the light from your phone screen activate your brai
Trouble falling asleep? Six minutes of reading might be the simple answer
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 6 days ago
actual book. Not only does the light from your phone screen activate your brain, research by Mindlab International at the University of Sussex showed that reading reduced stress by as much as 68 percent. Lead researcher, Dr. David Lewis said... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Trouble falling asleep? Six minutes of reading might be the simple answeractual book. Not only does the light from your phone screen activate your brai
Trouble falling asleep? Six minutes of reading might be the simple answer
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 6 days ago
actual book. Not only does the light from your phone screen activate your brain, research by Mindlab International at the University of Sussex showed that reading reduced stress by as much as 68 percent. Lead researcher, Dr. David Lewis said... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Trouble falling asleep? Six minutes of reading might be the simple answeractual book. Not only does the light from your phone screen activate your brai
Trouble falling asleep? Six minutes of reading might be the simple answer
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 6 days ago
actual book. Not only does the light from your phone screen activate your brain, research by Mindlab International at the University of Sussex showed that reading reduced stress by as much as 68 percent. Lead researcher, Dr. David Lewis said... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Top universities for teaching (but where are Oxford and Cambridge?) - the list in fullDe Montfort University 5. University of Kent 10. Lancaster University 11. Un
Top universities for teaching (but where are Oxford and Cambridge?) - the list in full
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
De Montfort University 5. University of Kent 10. Lancaster University 11. University of Winchester 12. University of Cambridge 14. University of Lincoln 15. University of Sussex 17. University of Huddersfield 18. University of B... Read more
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iol.co.za
Another axe fallsis the most extreme expression of this disease.” Patrick Craven came to South
Another axe falls
iol.co.za / Posted 7 days ago
is the most extreme expression of this disease.” Patrick Craven came to South Africa after having studied at the University of Sussex, where he was involved in the anti-apartheid movement. He was variously the director of the Workers’... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Questions About Industrial Hemp in Malawiin industrial hemp, tobacco, tea and all other crops at the global market. Glo
Questions About Industrial Hemp in Malawi
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
in industrial hemp, tobacco, tea and all other crops at the global market. Gloria is the Dowa District Coordinator for Network for Youth Development (NfYD). Chimwemwe Manyozo is an MA Development Candidate at University of Sussex in Bright... Read more
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PharmaceuticalOnline
A Review Of Recently Issued EMA Annexes Their Impact On ManufacturersSmithKline Beecham, and Bayer. He has successfully licensed products in the bio
A Review Of Recently Issued EMA Annexes Their Impact On Manufacturers
PharmaceuticalOnline / Posted 8 days ago
SmithKline Beecham, and Bayer. He has successfully licensed products in the biologics, drugs, and device sectors on all six continents. Dr. Calcott holds a doctorate in microbial physiology and biochemistry from the University of Sussex in En... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Centuries-old African soil technique could combat climate change - scientistswhich traps carbon and reduces emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmospher
Centuries-old African soil technique could combat climate change - scientists
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 days ago
which traps carbon and reduces emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, according to a study carried out by the University of Sussex in England. The soils produced by the 700-year-old practice, known as "African dark earths", contain up... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Eddie Izzard issues Remain plea to younger votersto the world that we are proud of being British, but also reaching out saying:
Eddie Izzard issues Remain plea to younger voters
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
to the world that we are proud of being British, but also reaching out saying: 'Can we learn from you?'" Speaking at the University of Sussex, Izzard said he believed young people were more enthused about the EU referendum than the general... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Seven-day opening of doctor surgeries reduces weekend hospital emergencies by 18%surgeries has significantly reduced weekend emergency hospital visits, hospital
Seven-day opening of doctor surgeries reduces weekend hospital emergencies by 18%
News-Medical-Net / Posted 12 days ago
surgeries has significantly reduced weekend emergency hospital visits, hospital admissions and ambulance call-outs, new University of Sussex research has found. Spread across the whole week, Accident & Emergency visits were down 10 per cent... Read more
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PhysOrg
700-year-old West African soil technique could help mitigate climate changecould be the answer to mitigating climate change and revolutionising farming ac
700-year-old West African soil technique could help mitigate climate change
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
could be the answer to mitigating climate change and revolutionising farming across Africa. A global study, led by the University of Sussex, which included anthropologists and soil scientists from Cornell, Accra, and Aarhus Universities and the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Climate change blamed for 'gateway to the underworld' Siberian cratercan now make...The science of fizzy drinks: Researchers reveal why tapping...
Climate change blamed for 'gateway to the underworld' Siberian crater
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
can now make...The science of fizzy drinks: Researchers reveal why tapping... Share this article Dr. Julian Murton of the University of Sussex, one of few people studying the site, says the crater will likely keep growing – and it won't be the... Read more
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Auto Spies
Study Says You Are Not Solving The Distracted Driving Problem By Talking Handsfreethe wheel and eyes on the road means nothing if your brain is busy visualizing
Study Says You Are Not Solving The Distracted Driving Problem By Talking Handsfree
Auto Spies / Posted 15 days ago
the wheel and eyes on the road means nothing if your brain is busy visualizing something else, say researchers at Britain’s University of Sussex. Their study, published in the journal Transportation Research, showed that hands-free motorists can... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Rail users protest against Southern servicerail commuters have gathered at Brighton Station to protest against franchise o
Rail users protest against Southern service
Chichester Observer / Posted 15 days ago
rail commuters have gathered at Brighton Station to protest against franchise operator Southern. Tom Walters works for the University of Sussex and commutes from Chichester. He said: “I pay £2,700 a year to travel 35 miles and sometimes it takes... Read more
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Sussex Express
Rail users protest against Southern servicerail commuters have gathered at Brighton Station to protest against franchise o
Rail users protest against Southern service
Sussex Express / Posted 15 days ago
rail commuters have gathered at Brighton Station to protest against franchise operator Southern. Tom Walters works for the University of Sussex and commutes from Chichester. He said: “I pay £2,700 a year to travel 35 miles and sometimes it takes... Read more
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Daily Mail
The galaxy-hunting robots will begin tests next monthuniverse is not only expanding, but it is expanding faster and faster as time g
The galaxy-hunting robots will begin tests next month
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
universe is not only expanding, but it is expanding faster and faster as time goes by,' Dr Kathy Romer, scientist from the University of Sussex and part of the Dark Energy Survey, who is not involved in the DESI project, told MailOnline. 'What... Read more
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Sussex Express
University union says Sussex strike ‘will disrupt degree process’A strike by University of Sussex staff will cause disruption to the degree proc
University union says Sussex strike ‘will disrupt degree process’
Sussex Express / Posted 15 days ago
A strike by University of Sussex staff will cause disruption to the degree process, a union has warned. The University and College Union (UCU) said the process of awarding degree marks will be disrupted as its members take strike action over pay... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Changing What Universities Teach Is a ProcessanalysisBy Orla Quinlan, Rhodes University and Yusuf Sayed, University of Susse
Changing What Universities Teach Is a Process
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
analysisBy Orla Quinlan, Rhodes University and Yusuf Sayed, University of Sussex There is a debate unfolding around the world about what universities teach and whether their curricula are relevant to today's students. In South Africa, students have... Read more
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The Financial Express
Using hands-free device while driving not safeis safe as long as the driver uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this
Using hands-free device while driving not safe
The Financial Express / Posted 19 days ago
is safe as long as the driver uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case,” said Graham Hole from University of Sussex in the UK. “Hands-free can be equally distracting because conversations cause the driver to visually... Read more
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Boston Globe
Bosses don’t give your work meaning, but they can make it meaninglessdifferent from the ones that decreased that sense,” says study coauthor Katie B
Bosses don’t give your work meaning, but they can make it meaningless
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
different from the ones that decreased that sense,” says study coauthor Katie Bailey, an employee engagement expert at the University of Sussex in the UK. Though meaningfulness is highly valued at work, little empirical research has been done into... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Instructor queries hands-free phone distraction studyas those holding it in their hand has been questioned by a Blackburn driving in
Instructor queries hands-free phone distraction study
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
as those holding it in their hand has been questioned by a Blackburn driving instructor. A study by scientists at the University of Sussex found drivers engaged in conversation take just under a second longer to respond to events. It has been... Read more
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Western Advocate
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for driversthe facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior ps
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for drivers
Western Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
the facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior psychology lecturer Dr Graham Hole of the University of Sussex, because "the visual imagery competes for processing resources with what the driver sees in front of... Read more
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International Business Times
Trident: MoD watchdog report reveals skills shortage 'principal threat' to nuclear safety for project and programme delays." Dr Phil Johnstone, a nuclear specialist fro
Trident: MoD watchdog report reveals skills shortage 'principal threat' to nuclear safety
International Business Times / Posted 20 days ago
for project and programme delays." Dr Phil Johnstone, a nuclear specialist from the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex told The Ferret: "It must be questioned whether there will be sufficient numbers of highly skilled... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for driversthe facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior ps
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for drivers
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 days ago
the facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior psychology lecturer Dr Graham Hole of the University of Sussex, because "the visual imagery competes for processing resources with what the driver sees in front of... Read more
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WALB Albany
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-freeuses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-free
WALB Albany / Posted 20 days ago
uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham Hole, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex. "Hands-free can be equally distracting because conversations cause the driver to visually imagine what... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-freeuses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-free
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 20 days ago
uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham Hole, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex. "Hands-free can be equally distracting because conversations cause the driver to visually imagine what... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-freeuses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-free
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 20 days ago
uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham Hole, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex. "Hands-free can be equally distracting because conversations cause the driver to visually imagine what... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-freeuses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-free
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 20 days ago
uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham Hole, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex. "Hands-free can be equally distracting because conversations cause the driver to visually imagine what... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-freeuses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-free
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 20 days ago
uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham Hole, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex. "Hands-free can be equally distracting because conversations cause the driver to visually imagine what... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-freeuses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-free
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 20 days ago
uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham Hole, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex. "Hands-free can be equally distracting because conversations cause the driver to visually imagine what... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-freeuses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-free
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 20 days ago
uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham Hole, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex. "Hands-free can be equally distracting because conversations cause the driver to visually imagine what... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-freeuses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham
Hey drivers: Hands-free cellphones not risk-free
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 20 days ago
uses a hands-free phone. Our research shows this is not the case," said Graham Hole, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex. "Hands-free can be equally distracting because conversations cause the driver to visually imagine what... Read more
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iol.co.za
France launches terrorism appshould be banned from cars, whether or not they are actually being held by the
France launches terrorism app
iol.co.za / Posted 20 days ago
should be banned from cars, whether or not they are actually being held by the person using them, the new research from the University of Sussex suggests. It is having a voice engage people in conversation that makes people react badly to hazards,... Read more
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WA Today
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for driversthe facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior ps
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for drivers
WA Today / Posted 20 days ago
the facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior psychology lecturer Dr Graham Hole of the University of Sussex, because "the visual imagery competes for processing resources with what the driver sees in front of... Read more
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The Age
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for driversthe facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior ps
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for drivers
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
the facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior psychology lecturer Dr Graham Hole of the University of Sussex, because "the visual imagery competes for processing resources with what the driver sees in front of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for driversthe facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior ps
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for drivers
Canberra Times / Posted 20 days ago
the facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior psychology lecturer Dr Graham Hole of the University of Sussex, because "the visual imagery competes for processing resources with what the driver sees in front of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for driversthe facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior ps
Even hands-free mobile phones are dangerous for drivers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
the facial expression of the person you're talking to is enough, said senior psychology lecturer Dr Graham Hole of the University of Sussex, because "the visual imagery competes for processing resources with what the driver sees in front of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Hands-free conversations dangerously distracting for drivers – studyis also an offence to send or read a text from a mobile phone while driving in
Hands-free conversations dangerously distracting for drivers – study
The Irish Times / Posted 21 days ago
is also an offence to send or read a text from a mobile phone while driving in a public place. Volunteers participating in University of Sussex study were asked to react to simulated driving hazards performed poorly when they were distracted by a... Read more
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Pendle Today
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’area of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’
Pendle Today / Posted 21 days ago
area of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked directly at them. Psychologists at the University of Sussex warn this shows the risks of even hands-free phone conversations. The researchers found conversations... Read more
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Louth Leader
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’ new research findsarea of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’ new research finds
Louth Leader / Posted 21 days ago
area of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked directly at them. Psychologists at the University of Sussex warn that this shows the risks of even hands-free phone conversations. The researchers found that... Read more
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Spalding Today
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’ new research findsarea of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’ new research finds
Spalding Today / Posted 21 days ago
area of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked directly at them. Psychologists at the University of Sussex warn that this shows the risks of even hands-free phone conversations. The researchers found that... Read more
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Horncastle Today
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’ new research findsarea of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’ new research finds
Horncastle Today / Posted 21 days ago
area of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked directly at them. Psychologists at the University of Sussex warn that this shows the risks of even hands-free phone conversations. The researchers found that... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’ new research findsarea of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked
Chatting on hands-free phone ‘just as dangerous for drivers as using a mobile’ new research finds
Bury Free Press / Posted 21 days ago
area of the road ahead of them and failed to see hazards, even when they looked directly at them. Psychologists at the University of Sussex warn that this shows the risks of even hands-free phone conversations. The researchers found that... Read more
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