Performing More Than Two Tasks Simultaneously May Be Ineffective

Performing More Than Two Tasks Simultaneously May Be Ineffective

What happens in the human brain when we multitask?

Naresh Kumar
  • 28 april 2010

French scientists Sylvain Charron and Etienne Koechlin found in a study that as we multitask, the left half of the part of our brain that controls our motivation to pursue goals devotes itself to one task and the right half to the other and this division of labor allows us to multi-task.

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