Scientists believe they have some insight into why young people tend to have better memories than their older colleagues, and it has nothing to do with the ability to retain and retrieve information. Researchers from Vanderbilt University studied the visual working memory of people over 67 and compared it to those in their early 20s and found that, unlike seniors, younger people can recall images in high-definition, giving them a more clear and accurate picture.

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