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Author Topic: Multitasking Dangers  (Read 3343 times)


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Multitasking Dangers
« on: March 26, 2007, 02:55:05 PM »
From food, to cell phones, to computers, what are the consequences and what will be next?

...Several research reports, both recently published and not yet published, provide evidence of the limits of multitasking. The findings, according to neuroscientists, psychologists and management professors, suggest that many people would be wise to curb their multitasking behavior when working in an office, studying or driving a car...

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Kenneth P. Reeder, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist
Jacksonville, North Carolina  28546


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Re: Multitasking Dangers
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2007, 10:07:37 PM »
I have been interested in this concept of multitasking and that of Continuous Partial Attention. As a person with ADD I find in interesting that there is a non-ADD parallel. I also think that I suffer from both. I think that because of my lifestyle in the digital world of multi-tasking, that I exacerbate my problems and create a feedback loop.