Multitasking. We all do it. Texting, emailing, talking on the phone. But can we do it well? A new study from Stanford suggests that people who are more likely to multitask are actually the worst at it. We talk to one of the authors of the study about what it means for people of all ages, from babies to college students to older workers.

Clifford Nass, professor of communication at Stanford University and director of Stanford's CHIME lab

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