The Truth About Multitasking in Humans
Shattering the illusion of parallelism
Multitasking has been a prominent subject of discussion in the academic and industrial sectors. People often argue whether multitasking is good or bad. Some individuals consider multitasking to be harmful, and others believe it is a pseudoforce that gets the best out of them in a short amount of time. I would like to tell you what multitasking means, according to various renowned researchers worldwide. As per an article published in 2012 by Thomas Buser and Noemi Peter, multitasking is people switching between multiple contingent tasks . Another psychological research by Laura et al. (2017) defined multitasking as the e xecution of two or more tasks performed in the same time window, either simultaneously or in rapid succession.
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