Multitasking Doesn't Work. Slow Down.

8 years ago

slow-downMultitasking doesn't work. Research on multitasking shows that the human brain is not equipped to do more than one thing at a time.

Switching between tasks takes significant amounts of time - several tenths of a second - which can add up when people switch back and forth repeatedly between tasks.

In other words, while multitasking may seem more efficient, it may actually slow you down.

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Multitasking Doesn't Work

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