We’re more tolerant and make better judgements if we’re in a frame of mind of relaxed alert rather than a state of stress. The Observer had a piece about Warwick Business School professor, Andrew Oswald, an expert on the relationship between economics and mental health. “Human happiness has positive causal effects on productivity … Positive emotions invigorate human beings; negative emotions have the opposite effect.” This is another psychological nail in the coffin for vexatious traffic regulation which defies commonsense, demands disproportionate attention, and makes us miserable.
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