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What Your Brain Actually Does When You Multitask

First of all, you make a ton of mistakes.
01/13/2016 04:52pm ET

You may pride yourself on your ability to do many, many things at once, but your brain probably isn't so happy with this arrangement, according to Caroline Webb, author of How to Have a Good Day. In the video above, Webb explains what happens to your brain when you multitask -- it includes making more mistakes and operating at a slower pace -- and why you're better off doing one thing at a time.

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