General Motors Corp. and the Brain Imaging Research Div. at Wayne State University’s School of Medicine in Detroit are teaming up to study the psychological basis of driver distraction. GM, which calls the tie-up a “major research partnership,” will provide an initial grant of $100,000 to the WSU School of Medicine through the GM Foundation. The money will be used to acquire advanced brain imaging technology and software from leading researchers and institutions around the world to be used ...
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