Why you should stop trying to get better at multitasking
from By Terri Williams
There aren't enough hours in the day for everything you want to do, and this realization leads many people to multitask. However, multitasking can actually be counterproductive. While you may consider yourself an exception to the rule, the science and the experts disagree. In a Stanford University study, people who frequently engage in multitasking — and think they're excellent multitaskers — shift back and forth so often that it negatively impacts their ability to distinguish between important and irrelevant information.
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