Multitaskers experience emotional benefits despite decreased productivity

Researchers from Ohio State University […] discovered that multitasking provided test subjects with an emotional boost even despite the fact that they weren’t actually being more productive. Dr. Zheng Joyce Wang, professor at OSU and lead author of the study, said that multitaskers "are not being more productive — they just feel more emotionally satisfied from their work."

Multitaskers experience emotional benefits despite decreased productivity, according to study | The Verge.

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