Media Multitasking Among American Youth: Prevalence, Predictors and Pairings – Key Findings
The key findings explore how pervasive media multitasking is among young people, potential cognitive and social development implications, and which teens are most likely to multitask.
It was released at a forum held on Tuesday, December 12, in Washington, D.C. A webcast of the forum, The Teen Media Juggling Act: the Implications of Media Multitasking Among American Youth is available.
Key Findings (.pdf)
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