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Bilingual reliable Science: love wandering children smarter

The results appear to confirm previous research that found working memory allows humans to juggle multiple thoughts。 Children whose minds wander might have sharper brains, research suggests。
  A study has found that people who appear to be constantly distracted have more "working memory", giving them the ability to hold a lot of information in their heads and manipulate it mentally。
  Children at school need this type of memory on a daily basis for a variety of tasks, such as following teachers' instructions or remembering dictated sentences。
  During the study, volunteers were asked to perform one of two simple tasks during which researchers checked to ask if the participants' minds were wandering。
  At the end, participants measured their working memory capacity by their ability to remember a series of letters interspersed with simple maths questions。
  Daniel Levinson, a psychologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the United States, said that those with higher working memory capacity reported "more mind wandering during these simple tasks", but their performance did not suffer。
  The results, published online in the journal Psychological Science, appear to confirm previous research that found working memory allows humans to juggle multiple thoughts simultaneously。
  Dr Jonathan Smallwood, of the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Science in Leipzig, Germany, said: "What this study seems to suggest is that, when circumstances for the task aren't very difficult, people who have additional working memory resources deploy them to think about things other than what they're doing。 "
  Working memory capacity is also associated with general measures of intelligence, such as reading comprehension and IQ scores, and also offers a window into the widespread, but not well understood, realm of internally driven thoughts。
  Dr Smallwood added: "Our results suggest the sorts of planning that people do quite often in daily life — when they are on the bus, when they are cycling to work, when they are in the shower — are probably supported by working memory。
  "Their brains are trying to allocate resources to the most pressing problems。 "
  Studies have shown that those who love wandering child and brain more flexible.
  One study found that people who seem to be wandering has more "working memory", so that they can store a lot of information in the brain, and can manipulate it in your brain.
  School children need this kind of memory to complete a variety of tasks, such as to comply with the teacher's guidance, or to remember dictation sentences.
  In the course of study, researchers asked volunteers to perform a simple task one and asked participants whether distracted from time to time during the implementation process.
  Finally, participants use their own memory for a series of letters interspersed with simple math to measure their working memory capacity.
  United States University of Wisconsin psychologist Daniel? Lei Wensen said the report shows that people who have big memory capacity "in implementing these simple tasks more wandering", but their results were not affected.
  The findings confirm previous studies found that working memory allows humans to be thinking about a variety of things. Online in the journal psychological science published the results of this study.
  Germany Leipzig, Max? of the Max Planck Institute for human cognitive and brain sciences Jonathan? Simo Dr wood said: "this study seem to indicate that when the environment is not very difficult to fulfil the task, more people would use this part of the working memory capacity capacity to think about the tasks performed by other things. "
  Working memory capacity and reading comprehension measure associated with General measures of intelligence and IQ scores, and for our understanding of internally driven thought Kingdom opens a window. Although everyone has the brain, but our understanding of it is enough.
  Simo Dr wood said: "our results show that people in everyday life – often on buses, in cycling, at work, or idea in the shower--all plans are probably working memory support.
  "Their brains are trying to assign resources to the most urgent problems. ”
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