Too much knowledge can be bad for some types of memory, study finds

“‘Verbatim memory is often a property of being a novice,’ said Sloutsky, who is also associate dean of research at the university’s College of Human Ecolog

“‘Verbatim memory is often a property of being a novice,’ said Sloutsky, who is also associate dean of research at the university’s College of Human Ecology . ‘As people become smarter, they start to put things into categories, and one of the costs they pay is lower memory accuracy for individual differences.'”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE