Cognitive Load

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cognitive load (n.)
Applies tosystem functions
OriginPsychological Term

Cognitive load refers to the effort or memory required for the brain to process tasks. In the context of plurality, it may be used to describe the burden on the brain imposed by processing the thoughts of multiple headmates and the limitations resulting from that load.