Remember your kindergarten classroom? The maps on the wall, the charts of the seasons on bulletin boards, the alphabet over the blackboard? I know I spent hours staring at the brightly colored decorations—and not listening to what my teacher was saying. Maybe you did, too. And it looks like we’re not alone.
The more decorations in a classroom, the more distracted students may be. So finds a study in the journal Psychological Science.
Read the whole story: Scientific American