Good or Evil Actions Can Lead to Improved Physical Performance


Fri, Jul 2nd, 2010 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

"People perceive those who do good and evil to have more efficacy, more willpower, and less sensitivity to discomfort. By perceiving themselves as good or evil, people embody these perceptions, actually becoming more capable of physical endurance," says researcher Kurt Gray, a doctoral student in psychology at Harvard.



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