This New Study Proves That Daydreamers Are Smarter and Have More Efficient Brains Than Their Focused Counterparts | 22 Words

This New Study Proves That Daydreamers Are Smarter and Have More Efficient Brains Than Their Focused Counterparts

re you someone who tends to zone out and get lost in thought? Well, after a lifetime of being told to pay attention, there's some good news for the daydreamers out there. This new study from from the Georgia Institute of Technology suggests a correlation between daydreaming and increased intelligence, and it's sweet vindication for many of us!

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