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Researchers find that imagining an action-consequence relationship can improve memory

04:33 EDT 11 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

The next time you hear about the possibility of rain on the weather forecast, try imagining the umbrella tip being lodged in your home's door lock, blocking you from locking it. This mental exercise could prevent you from leaving home without an umbrella.

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