monotask

monotask

(ˈmɒnəˌtæsk)
vb
(intr) to perform one task at a time
ˈmonoˌtasking n
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When our phones are constantly humming, they don't let us monotask on the mind-boggling problems we have to deal with-undoing any creativity before it gets done.
And whereas multitasking is common with other media, he says, "Most people tend to monotask newspapers." Indeed, BIGresearch data show that 95% of those who read a newspaper while watching television mentally tune out TV commercials.