Coffee and work are a natural – and scientifically proven – positive match! If coffee and work were a couple, they’d be #couplegoals champions.
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Want to learn more about the science of coffee at work? Read on!
The Science of Coffee at Work
In addition to conventional wisdom about coffee and productivity, there is also actual scientific evidence to support the positive connection between the two.
A study done in 2018 by a researcher at The Ohio State University found that caffeinated coffee helped to make meetings more effective and found that it left meeting goers feeling more positive about their interactions.
“Not surprisingly, people who drank caffeinated coffee tended to be more alert…We found that increased alertness was what led to the positive results for team performance.”
Amit Singh, co-author of the study and a doctoral student in marketing at The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business.
If you’ve read any coffee meme’s on Instagram lately, this is surely no surprise to you! But here’s a little more on what the scientists found on the connection between the two.
“Researchers found that people gave more positive reviews for their group’s performance on a task — and their own contribution — if they drank caffeinated coffee beforehand.
A second study showed that people talked more in a group setting under the influence of caffeinated coffee — but they also were more on-topic than those who drank decaf.
Coffee seems to work its magic in teams by making people more alert, said Amit Singh, co-author of the study and a doctoral student in marketing at The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business.
“We found that increased alertness was what led to the positive results for team performance,” Singh said.
“Not surprisingly, people who drank caffeinated coffee tended to be more alert.”
Science Daily “Coffee helps teams work together: Caffeine makes people more positive by making them more alert” June 5, 2018
You can’t argue with science.
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