by prof. Mario Bonato, Dep. of General Psychology, Padova
When: May 14th, 2020 – 3:00 pm
Where: Zoom meeting ( ID: 993 1575 0486 )
Abstract: In everyday life contexts sometimes we manage to attend multiple sources of information without particular effort. Sometimes, however, performing two or more tasks together becomes very difficult, like for instance if we have to drive a car in a foggy day while paying attention to a debate on the radio. In these conditions our attention is loaded and we perform what is called “multitasking”.