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We hold the effort better if we take short breaks

We hold the EFFORT better if we take SHORT BREAKS

🟣 A study confirms both the effectiveness of short breaks at work — which it is therefore useful to promote — and their ineffectiveness if too much fatigue has accumulated. Could this be a new pre-burn-out marker that could alert you when you or your employees are no longer benefiting from short breaks?

🟣 What do you think of this hypothesis? I would be happy to discuss this with you…

🟣 To learn more, I invite you to explore the article of Tanja Müller, Miriam C. Klein-Flügge, Sanjay G. Manohar, Masud Husain & Matthew A. J. Apps., in » Neural and computational mechanisms of momentary fatigue and persistence in effort-based choice », Nature Communications :