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  • Julian Huguet: Would you like some snacks? Participant 1: Ooo yum!

    Julian Huguet: 你想不想吃點零食? 受試者1: Ooo yum(好吃的狀聲詞)!

  • JH: Yes exactly! Would you like any snacks or any? Participant 2: Yes all of them!

    JH: 沒錯! 你想要吃點零食還是...? 受試者2: 當然,我要全部

  • JH: By all means!

    JH: 儘管拿吧!

  • [title music]

  • JH: In order to be happy, you need to be successful. Thank you. If you work hard, if you're good

    JH:為了要快樂,你需要獲得成功. 謝謝你. 如果你努力工作

  • enough eventually your efforts are going to be recognized and rewarded. Well what if I

    如果你夠好,最終你的努力將會被發現而且獲得獎賞. 那如果

  • told you you had it backwards.That being successful doesn't make lead to happiness, but rather,

    我告訴你事實正好相反. 獲得成功並不會導致快樂,反倒是

  • happiness leads to success. You need a minute to process that? It's fine. I'll wait.

    快樂會帶來成功. 你需要幾分鐘來消化這個訊息? 沒關係,我可以等你.

  • It's true! Happy people are better at problem solving, figuring out new options, and being creative!

    這是真的! 快樂的人會有較好的問題解決能力,想出更好的選項以及更有創意

  • Statistically happy people perform better with marriage, friendships, income, work performance,

    根據統計,快樂的人在婚姻、友誼、收入、工作表現以及健康上表現得更好!

  • and health! I kid you not, someone somewhere figured that out. I don't know them, but here.

    我沒有騙你,某個人在某個地方提出了這個觀點. 我不認識他們,但我在這裡認識的.

  • We wanted to see if we could prove it ourselves here in our lab. We gathered a selection of

    我們想要了解,我們可不可以在實驗室中證實這個觀點. 我們找了一群挑選過的

  • volunteers and we split them into two groups, a control group and an experimental group.

    自願者,並且把他們分成兩個族群,控制組以及實驗組.

  • For the experimental group we tried to change their mood with something called positive affectivity.

    在實驗組中,我們想使用正向情感去改變他們的心情.

  • That's science for we affected them positively. JH: Would you like some snacks? Would you

    這是一個影響他們變得正向的科學方法. JH: 想要來點零食嗎?

  • like some snacks or any. Participant 1: Yes, all of them! [laughs]

    想要來點零食或者其它的嗎? 受試者1: 當然,我要全部! (笑~)

  • JH: By all means! We have a video queued up for you that we'd like you to check out.

    JH: 儘管拿吧! 我們有個影片給你看,希望你可以看一下

  • JH: We'd also like to thank you for coming in and sharing your time with us so we'd like

    JH: 我們同時也謝謝你願意過來而且花時間跟我們在一起,所以我們

  • to offer you a gift card. Participant 3: Sweet!

    要給你一張禮物卡. 受試者3: 好耶!

  • JH: Yeah! JH: A gift card for you as another token of

    JH: 沒錯! JH: 為了表達感謝,我們要給你一張禮物卡.

  • our appreciation. JH: For our control group we gave them nothing.

    JH: 至於控制組,我們沒有給任何東西

  • [crickets chirping] JH: Then we gave everybody the same problem

    JH: 然後我們給每個人同樣的問題解決練習.

  • solving exercise. We gave everybody ten minutes. JH: We have a little puzzle for you.

    我們給每個人10分鐘的時間. JH: 我們要給你個小小的謎題.

  • P1: Okay! JH: So we have this cork board and a candle,

    實驗者1: 好! JH: 我們這邊有一個軟木塞板以及蠟燭

  • and a box. Inside this box are tacks and matches. Your puzzle, should you choose to accept it,

    還有一個盒子. 盒子裡面有大頭針以及火柴. 你的問題是,如果你接受的話,

  • is keeping this cork board upright, you have to somehow affix this candle to the board

    是讓軟木塞板保持直立,想辦法讓蠟燭附著在板子上

  • in such a way that when you light it and let it run down completely none of the wax will

    當你點燃或者熄滅蠟燭時,不會有任何的蠟滴在桌子

  • drip on the table, on the support, on the floor, anything like that. Does that make

    或者檯子或地上等等. 這樣你明白了嗎?

  • sense? Participant 4: Yeah

    受試者4: 有

  • P3: Anywhere on the cork board? JH: Mhm.

    受試者3: 在軟木塞板的任何地方? JH: Mhm(表示同意的意思)

  • P2: Am I okay to still eat? JH: Absolutely! Good luck!

    受試者2: 我可以繼續吃嗎? JH: 當然可以! 祝你好運!

  • Participant 5: When should I begin? JH: Now! So would the group we put in a good

    受試者5: 我什麼時候可以開始? JH: 現在!

  • mood perform better than the control group? Let's find out!

    被我們放進有好心情的群族會表現的比控制組還好嗎? 讓我們來看看!

  • P2: I don't know how long this is gonna take. P1: There's not gonna be wind or anything

    受試者2: 我不知道這個會花多久的時間. 受試者1: 這裡不會有風或者任何...

  • like it's just..nothing crazy like that? JH: No, we're not gonna submit it through

    瘋狂的事情? JH: 沒有,我們不會提出任何

  • like structural test or anything no it's okay. P4: I need like Jeopardy music or something like that.

    像是結構測試或什麼的,別擔心. 受試者4: 我需要Jeopardy(危險邊緣,美國智力競賽節目)之類的音樂.

  • P5: But it's okay to drip on the board.

    受試者5: 滴在板子上是可以的.

  • JH: The board itself? The cork board? No. P5: No?

    JH: 板子上嗎? 軟木塞板? 不行. 受試者5: 不行?!

  • JH: No P5: What it's gonna dissipate?

    JH: 不行. 受試者5: 什麼! 它是會消失嗎?

  • P1: Can I tear this? JH: Yup!

    受試者1: 我可以撕掉這個嗎? JH: 可以!

  • P5: What's going on right there? P2: I can use the box too right?

    受試者5:這裡是怎麼回事? 受試者2: 我也可以使用這個盒子對吧?

  • P2: Yay! JH: Success! Let me see that candle burning!

    受試者2: 耶!! JH: 成功了! 讓我看一下燃燒的蠟燭!

  • Yeah you got it! Way to go! JH: You melted the wax and stuck it directly

    沒錯你解決了! 幹的好! JH: 你熔化了蠟然後直接黏在

  • on the cork board. It's creative, I will give you that. It's not the answer.

    軟木塞板上. 我會跟你說,這個方法創意性十足. 但這不是答案.

  • P6: What do you mean? JH: Well if you were to light this and the

    受試者6: 什麼意思? JH: 如果你點燃蠟燭

  • candle were to meltdown. P6: Eventually, yeah but that's gonna happen

    蠟燭就會熔化. 受試者6: 沒錯,不管你做什麼

  • however you do it. JH: Not necessarily!

    它最終還是會熔化. JH: 不見得!

  • P6: Okay. JH: You got it!

    受試者6: 好吧. JH: 你解開了!

  • P5: I got it? JH: Woah, that was close. That was a buzzer

    受試者5: 我解開了? JH:哇,這很驚險. 在結束前解開.

  • beater! JH: It's definitely interesting.

    JH: 這個非常的有趣.

  • JH: I think it's safe in saying, the simplest solution we've seen all day.

    JH: 我想我可以很肯定的說,這是一整天下來我們看到最簡單的解決方法.

  • JH: This satisfies all the requirements we gave you!

    JH: 這個符合了我們給你的所有要求!

  • P1: Yes! JH: Definitely!

    受試者1: 好耶! JH: 絕對符合!

  • JH: Congratulations let me very carefully. P4: I don't want to burn the place down!

    JH:恭喜! 讓我小心的處理. 受試者4: 我不想要把這個地方燒了!

  • JH: Well, what do we have here? P7: Nothing. [laughs]

    JH: 好吧,在這裡有什麼東西? 受試者7: 沒有(笑~)

  • JH: I wouldn't say that! JH: Do you feel like you're better at coming

    JH: 我不會這樣說! JH: 當你在心情好的時候,

  • up with options, different options, when you're in a good mood?

    面對緊接而來的問題或不同的選項,你會感覺比較好?

  • P4: I would say so, my mind is just more expanded when I'm in a good mood. It kinda helps me

    受試者4: 我同意,當我心情好的時候,我的想法會更開闊. 這好像是幫助我

  • to just breathe and think about it more instead of just trying to force it to get done.

    就只要深呼吸然後思考更多這個問題,而不是逼迫我去把這件事情完成.

  • JH: Do you think success leads to happiness or happiness leads to success.

    JH: 你覺得成功會帶來快樂還是快樂會帶來成功?

  • P5: Ah, the age old question. Success is when preparation meets opportunity, so to answer

    受試者5: 哈,這是個老問題. 當準備良好搭配上機會就是成功,所以關於你的問題

  • your question I think its not relevant in terms of success. Everybody has their own opinions

    我認為這個與成功無關. 每個人都有一個自己對成功的定義!

  • on what success is! JH: Does success lead to happiness or does

    JH: 你覺得成功會帶來快樂還是快樂會帶來成功?

  • happiness lead to success. P1: Obviously if you're happy then you're

    受試者1: 顯然的如果你是快樂的

  • probably gonna be more successful and everybody has different definition of success. So if

    你可能會更成功,而每個人都有自己一套對成功的定義. 所以

  • you're happy and you're doing what you love, hey you're successful. So it just depends

    你是快樂的,而且是從是你所熱愛的事情,那你就是成功的. 所以這取決於

  • on your own definition of success, so I think happiness has to come first.

    你怎麼定義成功這個名詞,在我看來快樂會帶來成功.

  • JH: Do you think success leads to happiness or happiness leads to success?

    JH: 你覺得成功會帶來快樂還是快樂會帶來成功?

  • P8: If you're happier, you probably think more clearly, more optimistically and then

    受試者8: 如果你是快樂的,你的想法可能會比較清晰也比較樂觀,然後

  • you have better chances at success. JH: What are the results? We found that the

    你就有較高的機率會成功. JH: 結果是什麼呢? 我們發現

  • group we subjected to positive affectivity on average solved it 14% faster than the control

    受到正向情感的實驗組在解決問題速度上比實驗組快了14%.

  • group. Now there's no way to know for sure if the people we brought in for our experimental

    現在我們無法切確的知道這些實驗組的人

  • group were just naturally better problem solvers to begin with. Plus we had a very small sample

    是不是本身問題解決能力就比較好. 在加上我們受試者的

  • size, so the results aren't bulletproof. But, take it for what it's worth! In fact I'll

    樣本數非常小,所以這個結論並不是肯定的. 但是,它還是有它的價值存在!

  • even let you in on a little secret. I'm not a real scientist! Felt good to get that off

    事實上,我要跟你說一個小祕密. 我其實不是一個真正的科學家! 說出來的

  • my chest. So, go on then, be happy! [off camera]: What if we're not happy?

    感覺真好. 所以,開心點! (工作人員): 那如果我們不快樂呢?

  • JH: Well it's funny you should ask that because I actually have four episodes down here that

    JH: 好吧,有趣的是你應該問這個問題,事實上我有四部影片在這理

  • can help you flip the switch. I'm Julian and this has been The Science of Happiness.

    可以幫助你轉換心情. 我是Julian,然後這是快樂科學

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Julian Huguet: 你想不想吃點零食? 受試者1: Ooo yum(好吃的狀聲詞)!

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幸福的科學--如果你快樂,你知道嗎? (The Science of Happiness - If You're Happy and You Know It)

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