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New study shows looking at pictures of cute animals is linked to increased work productivity. You're welcome, everyone. #cuteanimals #babyanimals

Study of the Decade: Looking at Photos of Cute Animals Linked to Increased Work Performance

New study shows looking at pictures of cute animals is linked to increased work productivity. You're welcome, everyone. #cuteanimals #babyanimals

Source: Instagram User momay_peemai_momo Last week, scientists in Japan released a study demonstrating that viewing images of cute critters can improve concentration. A paper titled "Power of Kawaii" describes experiments in which groups of university students were asked to perform tasks before and after looking at photos of puppies and kittens. Researchers report that "viewing cute images makes participants behave more deliberately and perform tasks with greater time and care."

And Now: A Reason to Peruse Cute Animal Pics at Work

Source: Instagram User momay_peemai_momo Last week, scientists in Japan released a study demonstrating that viewing images of cute critters can improve concentration. A paper titled "Power of Kawaii" describes experiments in which groups of university students were asked to perform tasks before and after looking at photos of puppies and kittens. Researchers report that "viewing cute images makes participants behave more deliberately and perform tasks with greater time and care."

Japanese Study Shows Cute Animals Improves Concentration

And Now: A Reason to Peruse Cute Animal Pics at Work

The study shows that tree frogs, such as Phyllomedusa hypochondrialis, are relatively primitive compared with other amphibian groups.

Photos: The New Amphibian Tree of Life

The study shows that tree frogs, such as Phyllomedusa hypochondrialis, are relatively primitive compared with other amphibian groups.

A study showing the effects of mixing sows into a new group, disrupting the social hierarchy and leading to aggression in the new group housing.

A study showing the effects of mixing sows into a new group, disrupting the social hierarchy and leading to aggression in the new group housing.

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