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From: TIME

How Facebook Improves Memory


Checking status updates on Facebook may be just the distraction your memory needs.

Facebook and other social media are generally considered distractions, rather than aids, to building memory. Interrupting whatever you’re doing to check your status or watch that cute cat video seems unlikely to help you retain the information you need, particularly for older people whose attention can be more fragmented.

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