Scientists named the most favourable age for taking spontaneous decisions
MOSCOW, April 17 — RIA Novosti. Researchers from Portugal found that a person’s ability to make a random selection of peaks, usually at the age of 25 years, says the article published in the journal PLOS Computational Biology.
Scientists have come to similar conclusions, examining the ability to make spontaneous choices, provided more than three thousand people at the age from 4 to 91 years.
Each of the experiment participants solved a series of tasks that assessed the ability to make spontaneous decisions.
Adjusted for gender, language and education found that the most significant factor influencing the possibility of random selection was the age of the person
Maximum spontaneity, as found by the authors of the study, noted in 25 years.