Thank goodness the Wall Street Journal isn’t known for its outstanding health reporting.
In a story written by Rachel Emma Silverman, she reports on some preliminary research recently presented at a management conference. Like a lot of research that gives us “surprising” results, it was done on a single group of 96 undergraduate students at a single college campus.
And the task designed for the college laboratory setting by the researchers would be difficult to characterize as analogous to most people’s work environment or jobs — it was highlighting every single letter “e” or, in the second part, “a,” while reading.
The question the researchers asked — Can surfing the Internet help you to become a more productive employee?
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