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Driver distraction inside and outside the vehicle is increasingly a problem, especially for younger drivers. In many cases the distraction is associated with long glances away from the forward roadway. Such glances have been shown to be highly predictive of crashes. Ideally, one would like to develop and evaluate a training program which reduced these long glances. Thus, an experiment was conducted in a driving simulator to test the efficacy of a training program, FOCAL, that was developed todoi:10.1016/j.trf.2013.07.004 pmid:24415905 pmcid:PMC3885183 fatcat:2ua3svdqajbuvadh3yvp6olmhm