Non-office environments support creative thinking  – Stockholm Resilience Centre

November 25, 2015

Study calls for structures that allow thinking fast and slow to spur new insights in scientific research

It takes two to tango…

“The authors suggest that planning your day with some room for the mind to wander, or for your feet to do the same, through non-office environments could be one way of creating space for combining intuitive, spontaneous with deliberate, reasoning ways of thinking.”

Source: Two systems of thinking for scientists – Stockholm Resilience Centre


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