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Science – Formal clothing enhances abstract cognitive processing

We have always been convinced that dressing properly changes how you think. Now a new study backs it up and we like to see ourselves confirmed!

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We have always been convinced that dressing properly changes how you think. Now a new study backs it up and we like to see ourselves confirmed!