Media multitasking phenomenon: its determinants and effects on task performance

The subject matter of the present project is the use of media technologies, a current social phenomenon in the area of Internet psychology, more specifically, the subject matter is media multitasking, defined as the use of several media at the same time.

This study was funded by a grant from the National Center of Science No.

The team:


AgataBłachnio (head), The Catholic University of Lublin, Poland

Aneta Przepiórka, The Catholic University of Lublin, Poland

Andrzej Cudo, The Catholic University of Lublin, Poland


Menachem Ben-Ezra, Ariel University, Israel


Elvis Mazzoni, University of Bolognia, Italy

Martina Benvenuti, University of Bologna, Italy

Hong Kong

Kai Wai HOU, The Education University of Hong Kong, China


Alan Angeluci, prof., City University of São Caetano do Su, Brasil


Mithat Durak, Bolu Abant Izzet Baysal University, Turkey

Emre Senol Durak, Bolu Abant Izzet Baysal University, Turkey


Krzysztof Kaniasty, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA 15705, USA, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland



Błachnio, A., Cudo, A., Kot, P., Torój, M., Asante K., O., Enea, V., Ben-Ezra, M., Caci, B., Lara, S., Kugbey, N., Malik, S., Servidio, R., Tipandjan, A., Wright, M. (2021). Cultural and psychological variables predicting academic dishonesty: A cross-sectional study in nine countries. Ethics & Behavior, 10.1080/10508422.2021.1910826

Błachnio, A., Przepiórka, A., Cudo, A., Sękowski, A. & Pantic, I. (2023). The Role of Machiavellianism and Interdependent Agency in Facebook Intrusion. Psychological Reports.