Batman Doesn’t Need Super Vision

Psychologists have reported in Child Development that when four- to six-year-olds pretended to be Batman while they were doing a boring but important task, it helped them to resist distraction and stay more focused. The experts don’t know exactly why this works so well, but Jeff and Anthony have a few ideas.

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