The human brain and the brains of primates have evolved for the same purpose: survival. Learn what this means and its implications for how we make our daily decisions.
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In our modern hyper times many of us might feel tempted to handle multiple tasks at the same time. Doing more than one thing at a time might seem productive at first glance. However, research and experience show that it undermines productivity.
By: Vedangana Saini, Ph.D. in Neuroscience The nature of work has changed significantly throughout human history. This happened as the … Read More “Distributed Cognition: How Teams Can Improve Their Collective Performance”