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multitask

(mŭl′ti-task″)
To work on several projects at the same time.
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Brain images showed that the multitaskers also had a higher level of activity in the right prefrontal cortex, an area of the brain implicated in controlling attention and inhibiting actions.
The test examined attention spans, memory capacity, and ability to switch from one task to the next - and the multitaskers performed more poorly on each test.
According to eMarketer, 2014 will be the year marketers begin to master the art of engaging with media multitaskers often via social.
In his book he has taken care of the fact that readers, most of whom are multitaskers, have little time to read books.
The researcher surveyed more than 1,300 people of different ages and found the younger participants were much more willing and able multitaskers.
Respondents to the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project study on Millennials and hyperconnectivity reported that Millennials are developing into nimble multitaskers who will be increasingly conditioned to expect instant gratification and to seek quick fixes ("Hyperconnected: Pros and Cons," page 10, April IT).
Clifford Nass, a communications professor and cognitive researcher at Stanford University, conducted some of the very first studies of multitaskers that were designed to challenge assumptions like Lauren's.
Here Peter Jenkinson selects six of the best multitaskers you shouldn't be without.
PETER JENKINSON selects six of the best multitaskers you shouldn't be without The appeal for gadgets that perform two tasks started back in the Teasmade days, when 1970s luxury living saw consumers wake up to a freshly brewed cuppa.
Bailey said employers are looking for drivers who are mature, have the ability to self-manage, can handle record-keeping and are multitaskers.
Designed primarily for multitaskers at large and mid-size businesses, Flare streamlines enterprise collaboration by placing all of your essential communication tools--e-mail, phone, video, chat, even social networking--at your fingertips.