Multitasking seems like a necessity for most people, and most of us think it improves our efficiency. However, studies show that only a tiny proportion of people can juggle tasks well. Researchers discuss why our brains can’t do two things at once, and why “supertaskers” may be different.
- Dr. David Strayer, Professor of Cognition Neurosciences, University of Utah
- Dr. Jason Watson, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Utah