Behavioural Sciences

Kids perform better during boring tasks when dressed as Batman, new research finds

Nowadays it's easy for children to be distracted, but this research shows how dress up keeps their focus. Image: REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

Jenny Anderson

Senior Correspondent, Quartz - Atlantic Media

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