What Boredom Does to You - Issue 53: Monsters - Nautilus

November 5, 2017

E very emotion has a purpose—an evolutionary benefit,” says Sandi Mann, a psychologist and the author of The Upside of Downtime: Why Boredom Is Good . “I wanted…

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