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You know the routine: get to your desk, put on some music, and start working, right? Not necessarily. It turns out that podcasts, sometimes more associated with commuting, peak more during the workday than music does.

Many tasks (for example writing, or other tasks involving words), call for music that helps you focus. But this finding indicates that other tasks can be done — and perhaps made more interesting — with accompaniment by the spoken word.


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