Raymond Wu Student at The University of British Columbia on Why We Work

Raymond Wu is a graduate student researcher at the Department of Psychology at The University of British Columbia. We'll discuss his new research which argues that despite how we might think people would prefer to avoid work, most folks would rather actually have their brains engaged. Yes, even you.

Raymond Wu - UBC Department of Psychology

We'd rather do something that requires mental effort than do nothing at all | BPS

Link to the research paper: PsyArXiv Preprints | Do humans prefer cognitive effort over doing nothing?

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