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When the Mind Wanders

In 2014, one in 16 Americans visited the ER for home injuries that resulted from, among other things, fumbling knives (the cause of at least 249,000 injuries), ladders (at least 105,000), and cookware (at least 22,000). One of the main causes of these accidents? A wandering mind, says Steve Casner, the author of Careful: A User’s Guide to Our Injury-Prone Minds. By one estimate, he notes, people daydream through nearly half their waking hours.

Psychologists have recently focused more intently on the tendency to think about something other than the task at hand. For one experiment, two Harvard researchers developed an iPhone app to analyze the relationship between daydreaming and…

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 When the Mind Wanders

An anatomy of daydreaming.

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Daydream Education is recognized as a leading provider of educational posters, study guides and interactive software with a range that spans over 20 subjects from kindergarten to grade 12 and higher. By combining a bold, visual approach with simple, concise information, we have provided over five million products to more than 500,000 classrooms worldwide.

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