April 14, 2011

OLDER BRAINS NOT AS GOOD AT PROCESSING INTERRUPTS: “Basically, after processing an interrupt and resuming an interrupted task older brains show they did a poorer job of restoring context.” I wonder, though, if it’s really because of aging per se, or because they formed habits in times where there was less multitasking. Perhaps younger brains have simply adapted to a different environment.

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