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Relationship between cognitive load and self-indulgent behavior in simple task completion
Background A subject in an office-building setting is asked to memorize a list of numbers and to write them down on a whiteboard in another room on the opposite side of the building. The subject ...
Jun 17 '13 at 23:45
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