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You Can Only Multitask In One Way

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You Can Only Multitask In One Way

For years, we’ve known that humans can’t multitask. We can serial task by switching our attention back and forth between tasks quickly, but it makes us less efficient. However, a new study shows that there is actually one way that the human brain can multitask. Join Trace as he breaks down how this new finding sheds light on our extremely limited ability to multitask.

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