Even though stress is associated with negative experiences, yet it can also help people to look at the brighter side of things, a recent study has revealed.
"Stress seems to help people learn from positive feedback," said Mara Mather of the University of Southern California, who co-authored the study with Nichole R. Lighthall.
So someone who's deciding whether to take a new job and is feeling stressed by the decision, might weigh the increase in salary more heavily than the worse commute, Mather said, according to a university statement.
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