BPS Research Digest: How walking through a doorway increases forgetting

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve walked into a room and completely forgotten what I was doing. Subconsciously, I suppose, I walk back into the room I came from, remember after some time, and go right back the way I came mumbling whatever my plan is. This blog post from the British Psychological Society sheds a little light on why…

BPS Research Digest: How walking through a doorway increases forgetting.

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