Poverty Shrinks Brainpower Required to Devote to Other Areas of Life, New Research Finds


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According to a research called "Poverty impedes cognitive function" based at Princeton University, poverty and all its related concerns require draining mental energy that the poor have less remaining brainpower to navigate to other areas of life.

The research was recently published by Science, which was supported by the National Science Foundation, the International Finance Corporation and the IFMR Trust in India.


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