Scientists Explain That We Can Train Brain to Remember Almost Anything
A new study, published today in Cell, says that practically anyone can train the brain using the tricks of the world’s top competitors of memorizing.
Twenty-three world’s top memory athletes participated in the study. The researchers compared their brains with people who had never practiced special memorizing techniques. After that, they put some of the newcomers through a memory training program and observed changes in the brain. Having analyzed the brains during the study, the scientists actually didn’t find any differences.
Lead author of the study Martin Dresler, a neuroscientist at Radboud University in the Netherlands, says: “These really incredible memory feats ... are not some form of inborn talent. It's really just training.”
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