Published time: 23 Nov, 2017 17:24 Aside from the obvious peer pressure, being a loner is typically frowned upon by experts who stress the need for human interaction and relationships. However, a new study has found that being alone is sometimes linked to increased creativity. Researchers at the State University of New York at Buffalo recruited 295 university students with a median age of 19.31 years to take part in the study. Continue reading…
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