Myth of Multitasking

IB Psychology: Myth of Multitasking

One of the great contributions of the Working Memory Model is its ability to explain how we can “multi-task.” As long as different components of Working Memory are being used, we are able to do more than one task at once – for example, talk to a friend while walking to work. However, the model also explains why multi-tasking may not work when it comes to several of the tasks that we assume we can easily do together...


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