Imagining actions a scientific hack for failing memories

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.

Imagining actions a scientific hack for failing memories

Imagining an action that connects two objects may help elderly people overcome certain kinds of memory problems.

Sun 13 Aug 17 from Cosmos Magazine

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

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 ...

Fri 11 Aug 17 from Medical Xpress

Easy memory trick that stops you forgetting your umbrella

The key is to imagine an action between two objects, such as an umbrella stuck in the door, and a consequence, such as being unable to unlock the door, University of Toronto scientists claim. ...

Fri 11 Aug 17 from Daily Mail

Imagining an action-consequence relationship can boost memory

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 ...

Fri 11 Aug 17 from ScienceDaily

Imagining an action-consequence relationship can boost memory, Fri 11 Aug 17 from Eurekalert

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