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Multitasking in a digital world and the effects on our brain and society: PWR final presentation.

Sam Beder

on 1 March 2011

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Transcript of Multitasking

Multitasking: Why it is Changing us Forever Sam Beder What is it? Where is it? Its Effects Larger Implications Your Essay Your Brain Cannot Multitask Unrelated Streams of Content Continuous Partial Attention Degenerative Multitasking Our Brain on Information Overload "Multitasking is the art of distracting yourself from two things you'd rather not be doing by doing them simultaneously."
-Dr. Michael Mantell Loss of Productivity Inability to Single-Task Lack of Emotional Development Can We Stop? Sure Probably Not "Multi-tasking adversely affects how you learn. Even if you learn while multi-tasking, that learning is less flexible and more specialized, so you cannot retrieve the information as easily." -Dr. Russel Poldrack 11 Minutes Forced Multitasking Inability to Process Information Vicious Cycle of Multitasking Dr. Gerald Weinberg: “Quality Software Management: Systems Thinking" Nadav Samet: "Multitasking Slows You Down" Inability to Block Out Information
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