AAA is set to release peer-reviewed research demonstrating that new in-car technologies being marketed by automakers can cause dangerous mental distractions for drivers. : News Photo

AAA is set to release peer-reviewed research demonstrating that new in-car technologies being marketed by automakers can cause dangerous mental distractions for drivers.

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LANDOVER, MD June 11: Russ Martin of AAA, wearing a EEG-configured skull cap, is hooked up by Joel Cooper from Precision Driving Research as they prepare to drive their research vehicle as they unveil peer-reviewed research demonstrating that new in-car technologies being marketed by automakers can cause dangerous mental distractions for drivers on June 11, 2013 in Landover, MD (Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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LANDOVER, MD June 11: Russ Martin of AAA, wearing a EEG-configured skull cap, is hooked up by Joel Cooper from Precision Driving Research as they prepare to drive their research vehicle as they unveil peer-reviewed research demonstrating that new in-car technologies being marketed by automakers can cause dangerous mental distractions for drivers on June 11, 2013 in Landover, MD (Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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