Happiness v misery on our roads

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.

About Martin Cassini

Campaign founder and video producer, pursuing traffic system reform to make roads safe, civilised and efficient
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