Masters of multi-tasking? Researchers say, not so much.

    Multi-Tasking is almost inevitable today – talking on the phone while checking your email and working on a presentation. Kids do it, adults do it – but what is it doing to us, our brains, and our work? New research is investigating how we function in the age of multi-tasking.

    Multi-Tasking is almost inevitable today – talking on the phone while checking your email and working on a presentation. Kids do it, adults do it – but what is it doing to us, our brains, and our work? New research is investigating how we function in the age of multi-tasking. Maiken Scott spoke with psychologist Dr. Dan Gottlieb.

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