Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

From an article in the New England Journal of Medicine:

Chocolate consumption enhances cognitive function, which is a sine qua non for winning the Nobel Prize, and it closely correlates with the number of Nobel laureates in each country. It remains to be determined whether the consumption of chocolate is the underlying mechanism for the observed association with improved cognitive function.

Via professor of psychology and marketing Galen Bodenhousen.


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