interruption science
 n.— «The average knowledge worker switches tasks every three minutes, and, once distracted, a worker takes nearly a half-hour to resume the original task, according to Gloria Mark, a leader in the new field of “interruption science.”» —“Fighting a War Against Distraction” by Marci Alboher New York Times June 22, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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