Inflexibilty May Give Pupils With Autism Problems In Multitasking
[Source: Medical News Today]
Young people with autism may find it difficult to multitask because they stick rigidly to tasks in the order they are given to them, according to research led by an academic at the University of Strathclyde.
The study also found that difficulty with ‘prospective memory’- remembering to carry out their intentions- may contribute to the challenges they face.
The researchers presented the pupils with a series of tasks, such as collecting and delivering a book and making a cup of hot chocolate, to be carried out within a time limit of eight minutes. These activities were carried out in a computer-generated virtual environment.
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