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(1) Psychologists Jason Watson and David Strayer said their findings were important because they prove the vast majority of us can't do more than one thing at a time.
(2) Jean talks to Susan Strayer, a career coach and author of The Right Job, Right Now, who says that while most people work for the sake of working, it doesn't have to be that way.
(3) David Strayer, a professor who co-wrote the University of Utah report, offered two explanations for the simulator's showing lower risks than the Virginia study.
(4) The research by University of Utah psychologists Jason Watson and David Strayer will be published in the journal Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.
(5) To make matters worse, "traditional" universities are now competing with, and often being outflanked by, for-profit upstarts like the University of Phoenix and Strayer, to name but a few.
(6) Only apply to jobs that closely fit your skills and experience, says Susan Strayer, a career coach in Washington.
(7) In simulated driving tests, anyway. The research by University of Utah psychologists Jason Watson and David Strayer will be published in the journal Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.
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