Today, buying a new printer and a stack of printing paper is pretty straightforward. Likely, the only concerns a potential customer may have are related to product quality and whether or not purchasing said products is likely to result in cheap printing costs. However, the quality of your printer and your printing paper may actually have a profound effect on a person’s psychology. How is that possible? Consider these 4 ways mentioned below:
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Most of us are very aware that sound can have a significant impact on our psychology. For good or bad, auditory stimuli can influence our mood, emotions, and thinking ability. Sound can alter our perception of the things around us, and affect our productivity at home, in school or in the workplace. But did you know that sound can also affect the taste of our food? Consider the fascinating infographic below for more information. Continue reading