Do you ever meet someone at meeting or function and then later have that awkward moment when you cannot remember their name? There is a simple remedy at hand.
Repeat the person’s name while clenching your right hand, which may strengthen memory formation by engaging the left hemisphere, according to a study at Montclair State University. To retrieve the content, squeeze your left hand to activate the right
To retrieve the content, squeeze your left hand to activate the right
hemisphere. Research found that forming fists increases neuronal activity in the frontal lobe of the opposite hemisphere.
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