Research reveals social implications for multitasking

08/31/2009 | NYTimes.com

Research from Stanford University indicates that people who multitask a lot are easily distracted and less able to filter out unnecessary information. "Multitaskers were just lousy at everything. It was a complete and total shock to me," said Stanford communications professor Clifford I. Nass, one of the study's investigators.

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