Kids’ free play correlated with social “success” as adults

New research from Germany finds people who recall having plenty of free time during childhood enjoy high levels of social success as adults.

Free time as kids was also linked with high self-esteem and the flexibility to adjust one’s goals.

Noted at:
http://www.psmag.com/navigation/books-and-culture/value-unstructured-play-time-kids-81177/

The original research article (abstract and free PDF download of article):
http://www.epjournal.net/articles/does-playing-pay-the-fitness-effect-of-free-play-during-childhood/

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