Do You Daydream? You May Be Smarter and More Creative Than Your Peers

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Don't zone out and start daydreaming as you're reading this Yahoo! story about daydreaming. You might miss the findings of a new Georgia Tech study showing that for some people, a wandering mind could be a sign of higher intelligence and creativity. The study's co-author is Eric Schumacher, associate professor in the School of Psychology.


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  • Created On: Nov 1, 2017 - 10:38am
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