Recent studies of young adults have focused on multitasking abilities such as being able to use one’s smartphone and drive at the same time.

Recent studies of young adults have focused on multitasking abilities such as being able to use one’s smartphone and drive at the same time. Researchers could ask participants’ perceived multitasking ability (i.e., how good they think they are at multitasking) and then measure these same participants’ actual multitasking ability (i.e., how they perform on multitasking tasks).

Based on what you have read, which individuals would be most likely to overestimate their multitasking abilities?

a.Those who are in the second and third quadrilles of actual multitasking abilities

b.Those who are the worst at multitasking

c.Those who are the best at multitasking

d.Those with depression

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