The Average Drivers Reaction Time in a Clinical Laboratory Is?

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Determining a drivers reaction time in a clinical laboratory depends on many things. First, the driver's reaction time will be based off the stimuli presented to him. The more stimuli and more choices to be made, typically the reaction time is shown to take longer.
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One fourths of a second.still pretty slow though :/.
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It takes the normal person about 2/3 of a second to react while
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Rule of thumb is 1 second.
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Try this site and look at question 10. What is the reaction time of the drunk driver? How much further does he travel? http://www.antonine-education.co.uk/Phys…
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The average driver reaction time is less than 10 seconds. I do not know if I am average or not but my reaction time is about one to two seconds. I have quick reflexes ...
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