7 benefits of taking vacation time
- August 20, 2014
- Greg Hickok, cognitive sciences professor and Center for Language Science director, is featured in the Deseret News August 20, 2014
From Deseret News:
Working all the time and getting things done might make you think you’re the king of the world. But your brain is feeling something completely different. Research by the University of California, Irvine’s Gregory Hickok found that our brains don’t have a reserve pool to gather energy and power from. Vacations can help reset your mind. “If we had a huge amount of brain power in reserve, we might not need vacations,” the Tribune reported. “We could just tap those beach-lolling brain cells. But we don't. Time off tunes up a well-functioning brain.”
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