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Believing You Slept Well, Even If You Haven’t, Improves Your Day

A new study found that thinking or being told you slept well could actually make you work harder. By conducting fake tests, researchers tricked college students into believing they had slept well or slept poorly. Those who believed they had deeper sleep scored better on their tests than those who didn’t, The Atlantic wrote.

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