How Tall You Stand Changes How You Make Decisions, University of Toronto Study
You may benefit by staying on your feet to ponder abstract questions and by sitting down to tackle pragmatic matters, new research suggests. The study reveals that when test subjects believe they are physically higher up—on a tall stool or a top floor—they are more likely to consider a “big-picture” approach to a decision.
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