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NUS study reveals that leisure activities during morning commute 'ease stress'

11 June 2015 | Research

Prof Vivien Lim and researchers from the Dept of Management and Organisation at the NUS Business School conducted a study on online connecting which found that it leads to less commuting strain and greater relaxation during the morning commute. It also found that evening journeys benefited more from 'vacuous' activities which allow people to better recover from their work day.

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