A new study shows that we are far better at remembering what we see and touch than what we hear

A new study shows that we are far better at remembering what we see and touch than what we hear

Main Page Content

External Story Pub Date: 
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
women wearing headphones in language laboratory

Next time something you hear goes in one ear and out the other, you have a built-in excuse. Just blame it on your Achilles' ear—a weakness that lies not in a mythical hero's heel, but in the real-life way the brain processes sound and memory, according to new UI research.

Publication Source: 

Share:

Email Button

 Email