terça-feira, 13 de junho de 2017

somos melhores ao amanhecer- The New York Times -morning morality effect

Nepal 2006 amanhecer, brumas matinais link

somos melhores ao amanhecer, dizem os estudos, ou seja, tomamos melhores decisões quando o nosso cérebro está menos cansado cognitivamente.

"That’s the finding of research, published in the journal Psychological Science, which concludes that a person’s ability to self-regulate declines as the day wears on, increasing the likelihood of cheating, lying or committing fraud.
This so-called morning morality effect results from “cognitive tiredness,” said Isaac H. Smith
conclusion: “Don’t waste time on menial decisions that don’t matter.”"
That Devil on Your Shoulder Likes to Sleep In - The New York Times