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Childhood link between green space and memory found

Childhood link between green space and memory found

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13.11.2018

Childhood link between green space and memory found

Children who grow up near green spaces may have greater spatial working memory, according to a new study. Regular exposure to nature appears to help children better recall spatial information such as objects, directions and places from their short-term memory. The paper’s authors suggest that the findings may be used to inform policy decisions about education and urban planning. For more details, click here.

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