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Athletes who wear “lucky socks” aren’t wrong: Psychologists say superstitions yield real advantages

Athletes who wear “lucky socks” aren’t wrong: Psychologists say superstitions yield real advantages

Quartz - By Olivia Goldhill

Judo gold medalist Kayla Harrison wears the lucky socks that were a gift from her grandmother. Hockey player Alex Danson spins her stick 15 times before each game. Tennis player Rafael Nadal takes alternating sips from two water bottles at every break between games. The Olympic games are filled …

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