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Recent studies of driver distraction have reported a number of detrimental effects of in-vehicle interaction on driver performance. This paper examines and predicts the potential effects of such interaction on other vehicles around the driver's vehicle. Specifically, the paper describes how computational cognitive models can be used to predict the complex interactions among several vehicles driving in a line when one or more of the vehicles' drivers are performing a secondary task (phonedoi:10.1145/2470654.2466427 dblp:conf/chi/Salvucci13 fatcat:mmxmlbnd3bc7nmmv6vcymhhog4