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Imagining an action-consequence relationship can boost memory

20:00 EDT 10 Aug 2017 | AAAS

(Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care) Imagining an action between two objects (the umbrella being lodged in the door lock) and a potential consequence (not being able to lock the door) may help people improve their memory for relationships with other objects, according to a recent Baycrest Health Sciences study published in the Memory & Cognition journal.

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