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Did you know that humor affects memory?
POR RRHH Digital, 00:30 - 27 de Junio del 2014

It is known that people work better if they are with good mood, and somehow it is true because the ability to solve problems is enhanced by increasing our creativity to have a high morale.

However, our good humor can empower oblivion and reduce the capacity of working memory, that we need to hold information, process it and use it later, what more can we say?

Scientists of Missouri University (USA) conducted the study and published it in the journal Cognition and Emotion. They explained that the working memory activates other cognitive processes such as long-term memory, so if it does not work, we cannot store lasting memories.

Elizabeth Martin, co-author, said: "This could explain why we cannot remember a phone number that we got at a party while we were having fun."

In this case, what will be better? Good or bad mood?

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