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Mutitasking is a term used to describe the act of participating in more than one actin or thing at a time. It is the opposite of Unitasking, which describes the act of focusing on a single thing at a time. Unitasking is most related to the Flow state, although multitaskers may feel like they are flowing between activities when they are in a

When multitasking, the brain does not store related memories in one place, but in small pieces. This causes performance and recall to suffer. (needs a source)

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