July 10, 2017  • Musings

You probably have known for quite some time that your brain works a bit differently from others, say, your attorney or your financial planner. Now there’s science to back you up.


Researchers from Australian National University, University College London, and Bangor University just published their findings in Cognitive Science, and Fast Company did an excellent job summarizing the findings. Read more here

Fast Company, July 2017 (Pic by Rike_/Getty Images)


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