Why men might find multitasking more challenging
We commonly use the term "multitasking" to refer to our brain's ability to perform several tasks at once.

However, from a psychological point of view, "task-switching" may be a more accurate term. Findings in neuroscience and psychology suggest that during what is commonly referred to as "multitasking," the brain actually performs a task, stops, and switches to the next one, all in a very short span of time....

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