A desk in disarray may be the mark of a creative mind

09/23/2013 | National Post (Canada)

People who have disorderly desks tend to be more creative than their tidier counterparts, a study suggests. "We think that the tidy room activates norms about doing what's expected of you, whereas the messy room relaxes that drive," says lead author Kathleen Vohs.

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