- It has always been thought that multitasking leads to poor performance, but that idea may now be a thing of the past. Researchers have found the opposite to be true for adolescents.
- During the study, it was found that young high-media multitaskers were better at weeding out distractions but performed worse when asked to focus on a single task. Low multitaskers were less able to filter out distractions but seemed to focus better on single tasks.
- The study shows that people who have grown up with a lot of different media devices have developed an improved working memory and seem to perform better in distracting environments.
What do you think this is going to affect as younger generations join the workforce?