Multitasking across generations: Multitasking choices and difficulty ratings in three generations of Americans

@article{Carrier2009MultitaskingAG,
  title={Multitasking across generations: Multitasking choices and difficulty ratings in three generations of Americans},
  author={L. Mark Carrier and Nancy A. Cheever and Larry D. Rosen and Sandra Benitez and Jennifer Chang},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2009},
  volume={25},
  pages={483-489}
}
This study investigated whether changes in the technological/social environment in the United States over time have resulted in concomitant changes in the multitasking skills of younger generations. One thousand, three hundred and nineteen Americans from three generations were queried to determine their at-home multitasking behaviors. An anonymous online questionnaire asked respondents to indicate which everyday and technology-based tasks they choose to combine for multitasking and to indicate… CONTINUE READING
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