Selectively Distracted: Divided Attention and Memory for Important Information

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Middlebrooks, Catherine D.; Kerr, Tyson; Castel, Alan D.;

Distractions and multitasking are generally detrimental to learning and memory. Nevertheless, people often study while listening to music, sitting in noisy coffee shops, or intermittently checking their e-mail. The current experiments examined how distractions ... View more
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