People with poor memory are smarter, according to study

A study conducted in Canada by the University of Toronto ensures that professionals are more intelligent to have the power to observe, to retain what is important.

In the research led by professors, Paul Frankland and Blake Richards postulate that forgetting those small details that are not relevant, facilitate decision making, thus making our brain to give preference to the most important new thoughts.

They also assure that it is necessary to reject memories since otherwise, the brain would be stressed reliving conflicting situations and could not make decisions on a daily basis.

Finally, professionals argued that occasional forgetfulness only shows that memory, unlike what is thought, is in good condition.

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