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A study found that the people that multitask the most are the least effective at it. It would be interesting to evaluate ADHD symptoms in the study sample, and see how it correlates with multitasking effectiveness.

In the MSNBC.com article, Clifford Nass Ph.D. said,

“Is multitasking causing them to be lousy at multitasking, or is their lousiness at multitasking causing them to be multitaskers?” Nass wondered. “Is it born or learned?”

“Multitaskers, pay attention…if you can”

By |2016-10-05T06:46:12+00:00August 25th, 2009|Categories: ADHD, Research|Tags: , , , , |1 Comment

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Dr. Stephanie Sarkis is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), and AMHCA Diplomate and Clinical Specialist in Child and Adolescent Counseling based in Tampa Bay, Florida, where she specializes in the treatment of ADD/ADHD. Dr. Sarkis conducts evaluations, testing, diagnosis, and counseling services. She also is a public speaker, consultant, coach, and is a facilitator in collaborative law.

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  1. David August 25, 2009 at 6:23 pm


    Far beyond me to turn that study into something that makes sense but it looks like it might be what you’re looking for with regards to ADHD symptoms and multitasking effectiveness.

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