Why Speaking Out Loud Makes You Smarter

Despite social stigma, research reports that it's optimal for your memory.

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Sometimes, we struggle to remember a lot of little things. It could be the simplest or smallest tidbit, but it will float in and out of your mind for hours on end.

To alleviate the burden, perhaps you will write feverishly like a mad person, unable…

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