Multitaskers bad at multitasking


In a baffling study, British scientists have determined that those most likely to establish a multitasking workflow are exactly the people who are bad at multitasking. By contrast, those who claim not to be good at multitasking actually do better when forced to do so. Scientists are unsure whether bad multitaskers are perversely drawn to the practice, or if multitasking itself softens the brain.

[ via BBC News ]

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