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Time on task is the length of time spent actively involved in a task. Research in this area is focused on factors involved in keeping people "on task" in various settings and exploring factors that distract people from concentrating on the task. Time on task is often associated with the types and amounts of cognitive "resources" dedicated to perceiving, interpreting and responding to the task at hand. Time on task can vary as a function of whether the task demands full use of attentional resources (at the cost of performing other tasks) or is presented concurrently with other tasks requiring effective timesharing for optimal performance.

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