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Multitasking or Distracting? By:Rebecca Densen
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Multitasking- humans try to do more than one thing at the same time.
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You should have been given a work sheet. .. Please fill this out to the best of your abilities throughout the presentation!
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Multitasking And the Brain! Multitasking creates "Mental-Brownouts" While doing dual tasks that use the same cognitive function the brain uses less voxels than if one was to do the task alone. Striatum- The part of the brain involved in multitasking Only Allows for surface learning Prefrontal Cortext- The part of the brain
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You watched the video while I gave you notes what did you retain? >Who did not finish the work sheet? >Who answered 2 or more questions? >3 or more? 4 or more? >Who finished the entire thing? Finished???
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BE Honest Who does their schoolwork with the TV, Facebook, music or something of that sort on? Who is doing one of these things while in
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