If you wear a white coat that you believe belongs to a doctor, your ability to pay attention increases sharply. But if you wear the same white coat believing it belongs to a painter, you will show no such improvement.
So scientists report after studying a phenomenon they call enclothed cognition: the effects of clothing on cognitive processes.
Clothes and Self-Perception Article
I've been a believer in "dressing for the part" for most of my life but felt somewhat old-fashioned in that belief in light of more casual clothing in all areas of society. Seems that there's some truth to that maxim after all.
Well, just thought I'd share. Now it's time to get back to my latest sewing project and get back to a blogging routine. What's a good garment to wear to end procrastination?
|Dogpark at the new rest area on I-75 near mile marker 278|
|Enjoyable book and apt title for the fun I had last week|