Dept. of Science: Don’t!: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker
eriments in an fMRI machine. Carolyn says she will be participating in the sc
Cho chweet: "Footage of these experiments is poignant, as the kids struggle to delay gratification for just a little bit longer. Some cover their eyes with their hands or turn around so that they can’t see the tray. Others start kicking the desk, or tug on their pigtails, or stroke the marshmallow as if it were a tiny stuffed animal."
Summary of EQ, delayed gratification studies.
The secret of self-control. People who are able to delay gratification appear to be more successful in life.
The secret of self-control.Oh, The Temptation on Vimeo
2 câmeras escondidas. Várias crianças. 1 marshmallow para cada uma. O resultado...
I'm pretty sure the geneva convention defines this as "cruel and unusual". And funny as hell.Tom Wujec: Build a tower, build a team | Video on TED.com