Yes, in a new study, people who watch inspirational clips from Oprah are more likely to commit to and spend more time doing good deeds, suggests a British Study.
The study, conducted by Simone Schnall of the University of Cambridge in England, had 36 female participants individually watch one of
three videos: the Oprah segment, a nature documentary, or a clip from a
British comedy show. Not only were the participants who viewed the Oprah segment more likely to help the professor with another task, but they felt "moved and uplifted," or "having a warm feeling in the chest" after watching.
You can read the full article at MSN.
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