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Can a walk improve your memory?

The key finding is that those students who went for a walk before the study period recalled 25 per cent more words correctly compared with students who sat still before the study period. 

You can read the rest of the post here. Source is the always excellent Christian Jarrett at BPS Research Digest. His new book is The Rough Guide to Psychology.

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