4 thoughts on “April 9, 2017

  1. He got a Phd on multitasking. He can watch different movies on his phone, tablet and TV, do homework, Facetime, surf the internet, read American history and texting all at once.

  2. Sadly,

    Multitasking–the conscious performance of more than a single task at any one time–is impossible for human.

    We have the illusion of multitasking because our brains rapidly switch between, or even among, tasks, but this is what leads to distraction and, as in the case of traffic accidents resulting from distractions such as texting, insects inside the car, or even telling the kids to stop fighting in the back seat, serious injury and death.


    • Not technically accurate. If you look at the research, a small amount of humans can multitask, and do so very well. But this appears to be an inborn trait, not a learned behavior, and accounts for a much smaller segment of the population than believes themselves to be good at multitasking.

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