Study suggests “having fun” is the key to self control

Posted: October 7, 2010 – An article in Science Daily discussed a recent study from the Journal of Consumer Research that examined the different attitudes between people with high and low self control. The researchers found that those who perceived tasks related to self control as enjoyable, instead of work, they were more likely to demonstrate higher levels of self control.

This study highlights the importance of making difficult tasks enjoyable and rewarding. This is what Cogmed does – including a fun game and rewards along with a rigorous program so the hard work is approached with the right attitude for success.

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