Scientists: Memory in Women Better than Men

Scientists at the Swedish Karolinska Institute have come to the conclusion that women have better episodic memory than men, while men have better spatial memory than women.

According to the Daily Mail, experts have worked on more than 600 scientific studies in this area, during the years 1973-2003, involving more than 1.2 million people.

With so many researchers, researchers have come to the conclusion that women’s episodic memory is better than men, so they remember the details of the events that occurred during their lifetime, or quickly remember what happened at a particular moment last week.

Moreover, women remember faces better than men, indicating that their sensory memory is more sophisticated than men, so they feel different smells better.

However, scientists point out that men have an advantage in remembering spatial information, and it is easier for them to find where to park.

According to scientists, episodic memory is the most sensitive compared to other types of memory, so it is most affected by negative factors, such as lack of sleep, stress and aging.

On the other hand, scientists from the United States conducted a scientific study in 2016, the results showed that the memory of middle-aged women is better than that of men. But after menopause worsens. The results of several scientific studies have shown that the deterioration of cognitive abilities accompany the aging process, where 75% of the elderly suffer from memory problems. Many women have confirmed that after menopause they have been forgotten.

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Scientists at the Swedish Karolinska Institute have come to the conclusion that women have better episodic memory than men, while men have better spatial memory than women.

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