Literature on multitasking and multiactivity

Baron, N. S. (2008). Adjusting the Volume: Technology and Multitasking in Discourse Control. Mobile Communication Studies: 177-193.

Burgess, P. W. (2000). Strategy application disorder: the role of the frontal lobes in human multitasking. Psychological Research 63: 279-288.

Burgess, P. W., Veitcha, E., Costello, A. d. L. and Shallice, T. (2000). The cognitive and neuroanatomical correlates of multitasking. Neuropsychologia 38: 848-863.

Butler, C., Wilkinson, R. (2013) Mobilizing recipiency: Child participation and rights to speak in multiparty family interactions. Journal of Pragmatics. 50, p. 37-51.

Chou, C.-D., Madhavan, D. and Funk, K. (1996). Studies of cockpit task management errors. International Journal of Aviation Psychology 6 (4): 307-320.

Datchary, C. and Licoppe, C. (2007). La multi-activité et ses appuis : l’exemple de la « présence obstinée » des messages dans l’environnement de travail. Activités 4 (1): 4-29.

Floro, M. S. and Miles, M. (2003). Time use, work and overlapping activities: evidence from Australia. Cambridge Journal of Economics 27: 881-904.

Gardner, R. and Levy, M. (2010). The coordination of talk and action in the collaborative construction of a multimodal text. Journal of Pragmatics 42: 2189–2203.

González, V. M. and Mark, G. (2004). “Constant, Constant, Multi-tasking Craziness”: Managing Multiple Working Spheres.  New York  Proceedings of CHI 2004: 113-120.

González, V. M. and Mark, G. (2005). Managing Currents of Work: Multi-tasking Among Multiple Collaborations.  Paris, France  Ninth European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, 18-22 September 2005: 143–162.

Haddington, P. and Rauniomaa, M. (2011). Technologies, multitasking and driving: Attending to and preparing for a mobile phone conversation in the car. Human Communication Research 37: 223-254.

Heath, C. and Luff, P. (1996). Convergent activities: Line control and passenger information in the London Underground. In Middleton, D. and Engeström, Y. (Eds.), Cognition and Communication at Work,  (pp. 96-129). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hon, C. K. H., Chan, A. P. C. and Wong, F. K. W. (2010). An analysis for the causes of accidents of repair, maintenance, alteration and addition works in Hong Kong. Safety Science 48: 894-901.

Kenyon, S. (2008). Internet Use and Time Use: The importance of multitasking. Time & Society 17: 283-318.

Kenyon, S. and Lyons, G. (2007). Introducing multitasking to the study of travel and ICT: Examining its extent and assessing its potential importance. Transportation Part A 41 (2): 161-175.

Law, A. S., Logie, R. H. and Pearson, D. G. (2006). The impact of secondary tasks on multitasking in a virtual environment. Acta Psychologica 122: 27-44.

Law, A. S., Logie, R. H., Pearson, D. G., Cantagallo, A., Moretti, E. and Dimarco, F. (2004). Resistance to the impact of interruptions during multitasking by healthy adults and dysexecutive patients. Acta Psychologica 116: 285-307.

LeBaron, C. D. and Jones, S. E. (2002). Closing up closings: Showing the relevance of the social and material surround to the completion of interaction. Journal of Communication 52 (3): 542-565.

Levy, M. and Gardner, R. (2012). Liminality in multitasking: Where talk and task collide in computer collaborations. Language in Society 41 (5): 557–587.

Loukopoulos, L. D., Dismukes, R. K. and Barshi, I. (2009). The multitasking myth: Handling Complexity in Real-World Operations. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Merat, N., Lai, F. and Jamson, S. L. (2011). The comparative merits of expert observation, subjective and objective data in determining the effects of in-vehicle information systems on driving performance. Safety Science 49: 172-177.

Mondada, L. (2006). Multiactivité, multimodalité et séquentialité : l’organisation de cours d’action parallèles en contexte scolaire. In Guenier, M.-C., Durand-Guerrier, V. and Sautot, J. P. (Eds.), Interactions verbales, didactiques et apprentissage,  (pp. 45-72). Besançon: Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comte.

Mondada, L. (2008). Using Video for a Sequential and Multimodal Analysis of Social Interaction: Videotaping Institutional Telephone Calls. FQS (Forum: Qualitative Social Research) (www.qualitative-research.net) 9 (3).

Mondada, L. (2009). The methodical organization of talking and eating: assessments in dinner conversations. Food Quality and Preference 20 (8): 558-571.

Mondada, L. (2012). Talking and driving: multi-activity in the car Semiotica 191 (1/4): 223-256.

Mondada, L. (to appear). Coordinating action and talk-in-interaction in and out of video games. In Ayass, R. and Gerhradt, C. (Eds.), The appropriation of media in everyday life. What people do with media.,  (pp. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Offer, S. and Schneider, B. (2011). Revisiting the Gender Gap in Time-Use Patterns: Multitasking and Well-Being among Mothers and Fathers in Dual-Earner Families. American Sociological Review 76 (6): 809-833.

Pasquandrea, S. (2011). Managing multiple actions through multimodality: Doctors’ involvement in interpreter-mediated interactions. Language in Society 40: 455-481.

Raymond, G. & Lerner, G. (2014) A body and its involvements. Adjusting action for dual involvements. Beyond multitasking … Haddington et al. (Eds.) pp. 227-245.

Salvucci, D. D. and Taatgen, N. A. (2011). The multitasking mind. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Schegloff, E. A. (1998). Body Torque. Social Research 65 (3): 535-595.

Sidnell, J. (2007). ‘Look’-prefaced turns in first and second position: launching, interceding and redirecting action. Discourse Studies 9 (3): 387–408.

Stephens, K. K., Cho, J. K. and Ballard, D. I. (2011). Simultaneity, Sequentiality, and Speed: Organizational Messages About Multiple-Task Completion. Human Communication Research 38 (1): 23–47.

Strayer, D. L. and Drews, F. A. (2007). Multitasking in the automobile. In Kramer, A. F., Wiegmann, D. and Kirlik, A. (Eds.), Attention: From theory to practice,  (pp. 121-133). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Szymanski, M. H. (1999). Re-engaging and dis-engaging talk in activity. Language in Society 28 (1): 1-23.

Toerien, M. and Kitzinger, C. (2007). Emotional labour in action: Navigating multiple involvements in the beauty salon. Sociology 41 (4): 645-662.

Trontina, C. and Béjean, S. (2004). Prevention of occupational injuries: moral hazard and complex agency relationships. Safety Science 42: 121-141.

Xie, B. and Salvendy, G. (2000). Review and reappraisal of modeling and predicting mental workload in single-and multi-task environments. Work & Stress 14 (1): 74–99.

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