Too Long; Didn't Read
Understanding some basic neuroscience can be highly liberating as it can undo some of our apparently irreversible limitations or failings. Reading studies about neuroscience, procrastination, productivity, etc., is where the waters become muddier because scientific research often has an agenda that can lead to the “file drawer problem” or publication bias. This bias states that research results that don’t validate the researchers’ hypothesis tend to end up in the file drawers. In contrast, research that results in findings according to the researchers' hypothesis is more likely to be submitted to publication in scientific journals.