A new study from the University of Utah shows that people who think they are good multi-taskers actually aren't. Undergraduates were asked to rate their own multitasking, take a series of psychological tests, and asked them how often they used their phones while driving. Then they were put to the test to see how good they actually were at multi-tasking.
Those who performed worse on the test were the most frequent multi taskers in real life. Whereas those who were capable were less likely to multi-task.
Fox Medical Expert, Dr. Archelle Georgiou, explains.