“Our research shows that wise reasoning is not exclusively a function of the mind and cognitive ability. We found that people who have greater heart rate variability and who are able to think about social problems from a distanced viewpoint demonstrate a greater capacity for wise reasoning,” Igor Grossman writes in the journal Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience.
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