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Do only humans spend a lot of time daydreaming (or having “stimulus-independent thoughts”)?
A paper Killingsworth et al., A Wandering Mind Is an Unhappy Mind, Science 12 November 2010: 932 (or a free pdf) starts with the following statement: Unlike other animals, human beings spend a ...
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