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Applied Cognitive Psychology recently published a study on […] walking while texting (WwT). […]

The researchers looked at how walking while texting alters an individual’s own walking behavior. The researchers found that, on average, people who engaged in WwT where much more cautious than walkers who weren’t texting. Despite this excess in caution, “texters” did not avoid obstacles with more ease than “non-texters.” The scientists concluded that being overly cautious while texting does not decrease the chances of being involved in an accident. […]

In 2010, The Pew Research Center reported that 17% of adult Americans admit to having bumped into objects while texting.

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