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Study Finds That Lovers Perform Better Than Random Pairs In Collaborative Creative Tasks by Ingrid Fadelli

Inspired by previous works, a research group at Shaanxi Normal University in Xi’an, China recently carried out a study that explored the possibility that romantically involved couples may perform better on creative tasks than other randomly paired human subjects. Their findings, published in Springer Link’s Current Psychology journal, suggest that lovers typically collaborate far better than strangers on shared creative tasks.

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