Monthly Archives: April 2014

Walking Boosts Creativity

WALKING BOOSTS CREATIVE THINKING Research in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (April 2014) shows that walking boosts creative thinking, which is perhaps why walking meetings have had some success (in spite of being “non-traditional”). The good … Continue reading

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Think Scientists Cannot Make Mistakes?

I cannot help laughing when someone says that they only believe in science and what papers published in peer-reviewed journals say, as if 100% of what they describe was truthful and correct. Even leaving aside the various well-known cases of … Continue reading

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