Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says about Us)
Publish date: August 12th 2008
Publisher: Books on Tape
Edition language: English
You are not stuck in traffic. You are traffic. Most drivers are not nearly as proficient as they think they are. Many drivers, based on their inflated sense of their own skills, think they can drive just as well, even if they divide their attention between their driving and their phones. But th...
Studies after studies on human behaviors in traffic. Some we know, some we don't know. But one thing we know, this book jump from one study to another and try to fit everything together, not enough at time. I like bits of it. But then I found some parts boring. A bit too much. Data is not ...
Interesting and really long, wish it was shorter, and glad I read it
Crap....as a new driver I didn't need to read this book (I'm nervous enough as it is) but as a new driver I totally needed to read this so that I don't become complacent.I find psychology fascinating, and I really find it interesting when psychological studies turn up stuff that is completely counte...
Similar to the biography of an object type books, Vanderbilt uses the idea of Traffic to discuss a broad range of research across many disciplines. I love this stuff.
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