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Study Shows Pics of Baby Animals Make You More Productive (WITH PICS)

By cecilyk |

If you’re anything like me, I’ll bet you cheer yourself up at the start of the day sometimes by heading to a website that is known to feature amazing pics of baby animals, am I right?

Then I have VERY good news. Turns out, looking at pictures of baby animals before working can actually increase your productivity. According to Ezra Klein at the Washington Post:

A team of researchers at Hiroshima University recently conducted a study where they showed university students pictures of baby animals before completing various tasks. What they found, in research published today, was that those who saw the baby animal pictures did more productive work after seeing those photographs – even more than those who saw a picture of an adult animal or a pleasant food.

How awesome is that? Well, to help your productivity along, I’ve included some pictures of baby animals for you to enjoy.

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Study Shows Pics of Baby Animals Make You More Productive (WITH PICS)

Baby Bunny

See? Don't you feel more productive already?

Image Credit: Flickr/WSimmons

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About cecilyk



Cecily Kellogg writes all over the web, including here at Babble for Voices and Tech. She neglects her own blog, Uppercase Woman. Read bio and latest posts → Read Cecily's latest posts →

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