Having A Partner Improves Your Memory, Science Says

No more excuses for forgetting to pick something up on the way home! 

The Scandinavian Journal of Psychology published a study that showed married people performing better with their memory than single, divorced, or widowed people.

Partnered couples demonstrated a better ability to recall autobiographical information, such as emotions and places, compared to those without a partner.

7475type76text77contents78The findings demonstrate that the positive relation found between marriage and health can be extended to the relation between marriage and cognitive performance. This effect might be explained by the role played by #cognitive stimulation in #memory and cognition.79

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