How would you measure up if someone observed you and wrote down what you were doing once a minute? Would they see you scrolling through social media, talking on the phone to your relative about a problem at home, or taking action toward your dreams?
Larry Rosen and his research team from California State University observed college, high school and middle school students as they completed their homework assignments. They recorded, once a minute what the students were doing as they studied. The results are astonishing. The students knew they wer...
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