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How would you know I can't do two things at once?

By USQ 28 Jul 2019
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Is it possible to do two things at once? Isn't that what studying more than one subject a semester is? What do you actually define as multitasking?

We had a plethora of questions for USQ psychology lecturer Dr Liam Hendry on the podcast, who explains exactly how your brain works when thinking about multiple tasks, the different types of automated skills you can learn and whether or not multitasking is actually possible. 

If you could use a few more time management tips to avoid needing to do multiple things at once, we have an entire eBook dedicated to resources you can use to make the most of the time you have. Download your free copy of Work smarter, not harder.

Have you ever heard someone say something and thought to yourself ‘how would they know?’ We tackle the big questions, from robots to multi-tasking, and bring in experts who do know what they are talking about. Stream, subscribe and learn something new while you study, with USQ’s latest podcast project, How Would You Know, presented by USQ and produced by Phoenix Media.