Multitasking while driving may exceed brain's capacity
A special corner of hell is reserved for drivers who weave from one lane to another at a crawl while blithely chatting on their cell phones. Even a simple form of multitasking — driving while listening to someone else talk — disrupts the ability to navigate a car safely, a new study finds.
An intriguing neural response underlies vehicular mishaps
associated with such distractions, say neuroscientist Marcel Just of