Does daydreaming make you smarter?
Kids who spend classtime letting their minds wander usually get in trouble. But new research makes the case that spacing out can actually be a good thing
Good news, daydream believers: A new study published in the journal Psychological Science suggests that people who daydream might have a better working memory than their peers. Scientists have long held that such mind power is an accurate predictor of intelligence. Here, a brief guide to why a lack of focus might be good for the noggin:
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