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He has postulated that a childhood of riding with parents who do inconsiderate things--like screaming obscenities, following too closely, attempting vehicular homicide--has a profound effect on the way that we will drive in the future. Hard not to miss the old place. The human body produces a protein called BDNF which is responsible for maintaining the health of our synapses. Leon James children are also quite the little assimilators of our driving habits as well. Recommended For Your Pleasure. Cornell psychologists Justin Kruger and David Dunning describe this phenomenon as someone being "unskilled and unaware," meaning they have a specific short circuit in their brains that makes them suck at figuring out they suck. We thought it was for guys to cover up the smell of weed in case they get pulled over.
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Scientific Reasons People Drive Like Assholes
Everyone else hates it too. And secondly, smells are processed by the limbic system in your brain, which also governs emotions and long-term memories. This sort of makes sense until you realize that if your risk level is too low, you will actually engage in riskier behavior to compensate. At its most harmless, this leads to an inability to fully concentrate on the road. And not just anyone can navigate a Lamborghini Murcielaga through Las Vegas at miles-per-hour and only slaughter, like, two pedestrians. Ask a cop how much he likes the Fast and the Furious franchise. Leon James children are also quite the little assimilators of our driving habits as well.
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Either way, bad odors have an adverse affect on your driving ability. Tell that to members of the LAPD who have to do extra patrols around theaters showing Fast and Furious sequels just to keep teenagers from squealing off into the distance and smashing head-on into a tanker truck. Last known sighting of the elusive Pinto. It's possible that those poor souls are living in the shadow of the Dunning-Kruger effect. Experts call this "deficient metacognitive skill" but it's basically a ridiculous system by which a person continually sees all other drivers as worse than they are, therefore making himself look better by comparison. You've got the guy at the office who still insists he could play in the NFL, the shrieking girl on karaoke night who is sure she could sing professionally if she chose to It's probably more like a wet Labradoodle covered with havarti cheese.
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