Melwani and Kapadia share their findings in their paper, “More Tasks, More Ideas: The Positive Spillover Effects of Multitasking on Subsequent Creativity ” in the Journal of Applied Psychology.
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Time is the product of physics, but how we perceive the passage of time is the product of the mind.
Your perception of time is subjective and malleable - it changes in response to input and context. It can be distorted by drugs, disease, sleep deprivation, or other altered states of consciousness.
Multitasking fractures your attention between multiple tasks at the same time; monotasking fully focuses on one task.