Good and Evil Deeds Stimulate Surprising ‘Superpowers’
The mere act of kindness, or one of evil, can boost willpower and physical strength, a new study suggests.
The results, based on three experiments, show that those who performed good deeds, or envisioned themselves acting charitably, were able to hold a weight or squeeze a hand grip significantly longer than those who didn’t perform or think about such deeds.
But evil acts appeared to confer similar and perhaps even greater superpowers.
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