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Imaging Study Traces Brain Activity Associated with Problem-Solvingof more effective classroom instruction, says Anderson. The study, appears in
Imaging Study Traces Brain Activity Associated with Problem-Solving
Psych Central / Posted 5 days ago
of more effective classroom instruction, says Anderson. The study, appears in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The research emerges from an ongoing line of investigation that uses brain imaging to... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A recent experiment at Google suggests there's a simple way to stop mindless snacking at workwhopping 69% more likely to snag a snack than those who used the beverage stati
A recent experiment at Google suggests there's a simple way to stop mindless snacking at work
Stamford Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
whopping 69% more likely to snag a snack than those who used the beverage station farther away. The findings, cited by the Association for Psychological Science, will be published in the August issue of the journal Appetite. Of course, it's... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A recent experiment at Google suggests there's a simple way to stop mindless snacking at workwhopping 69% more likely to snag a snack than those who used the beverage stati
A recent experiment at Google suggests there's a simple way to stop mindless snacking at work
Connecticut Post / Posted 1 months ago
whopping 69% more likely to snag a snack than those who used the beverage station farther away. The findings, cited by the Association for Psychological Science, will be published in the August issue of the journal Appetite. Of course, it's... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
A recent experiment at Google suggests there's a simple way to stop mindless snacking at workwhopping 69% more likely to snag a snack than those who used the beverage stati
A recent experiment at Google suggests there's a simple way to stop mindless snacking at work
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
whopping 69% more likely to snag a snack than those who used the beverage station farther away. The findings, cited by the Association for Psychological Science, will be published in the August issue of the journal Appetite. Of course, it's... Read more
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Business Insider
A recent experiment at Google suggests there's a simple way to stop mindless snacking at workwhopping 69% more likely to snag a snack than those who used the beverage stati
A recent experiment at Google suggests there's a simple way to stop mindless snacking at work
Business Insider / Posted 1 months ago
whopping 69% more likely to snag a snack than those who used the beverage station farther away. The findings, cited by the Association for Psychological Science, will be published in the August issue of the journal Appetite. Of course, it's... Read more
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