Is Daydreaming Good for You? 6 Surprising Benefits

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Improving creativity, managing anxiety, and strengthening relationships are just three of the benefits of daydreaming, according to this Yahoo!Life story that cites academic studies touting the good side of occasionally checking out from your own head. A 2019 study that showed increased productivity from daydreaming is Georgia Tech's entry; that study was co-authored by Kelsey Merlo, now at the University of South Florida who received her M.S. and Ph.D. from the School of Psychology. 

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College of Sciences, School of Psychology, Daydreaming, Kelsey Merlo
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  • Created By: Renay San Miguel
  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created On: Mar 18, 2021 - 4:41pm
  • Last Updated: Mar 18, 2021 - 4:41pm