New Study from Stanford University Finds That Positivity Makes Kids More Successful
Scientists from Stanford University have discovered the brain pathway that directly links a positive attitude with achievement.
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine studied 240 children ages seven to 10 and found that being positive improved their ability to answer math problems, increased their memories and enhanced their problem-solving abilities. They also used MRI brain scans to map the neurological effects of positivity.
Source: CNBC | New study from Stanford University finds that positivity makes kids more successful, https://www.cnbc.com/2018/02/05/stanford-university-study-positivity-makes-kids-smarter.html | © 2020 CNBC LLC
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