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We switch between tech devices 21 times an hour.

That’s according to a study by OMD UK, a London-based media agency, that asked 200 people to record how many times they toggled between mobile phones, laptops, and the like. It doesn’t surprise Dr. Larry Rosen, a professorof psychology at California State University–Dominguez Hills, whose research has found that students focus on schoolwork for about three minutes before giving in to digital distractions. “If you’ve got a limited time to study,” hesays, “you’re staying up later, and you’re probably not as functional because you’re stressed.” Multitasking clearly takes a toll on nonstudents, too. We’re all subject to the many distractions of—wait, what were we saying?




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