What Makes Us Resilient to Interruptions? Understanding the Role of Individual Differences in Resumption

@inproceedings{Werner2011WhatMU,
  title={What Makes Us Resilient to Interruptions? Understanding the Role of Individual Differences in Resumption},
  author={Nicole E. Werner and David M. Cades and Deborah A. Boehm-Davis and Jessica Chang and Hibah Khan and Gia Thi},
  year={2011}
}
Interruptions are an inescapable reality in our lives and they sometimes lead to unfortunate consequences. Most of the interruptions literature focuses on aspects of the interruption task that makes them more or less disruptive to performance. However, it is important to consider what might make a person resilient to the deleterious effects of interruptions. This research seeks to explore the individual performer and the specific cognitive aspects that might make someone better or worse at… CONTINUE READING

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