New York City, NY (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
The claims regarding chewing gum are based on a study published by the Journal of Experimental Psychology. The study comes in contradiction with previous studies on the effects of gum chewing. The researchers from Cardiff University concluded that gum chewing interferes with serial recall order and object identification.
Ultimate Memory™ managing director Marc Slater commented, “This study sheds new light on the way we think about memory. It seems that after all our brains are not wired for multitasking. However, knowing what enhances memory and what weakens it constitutes a serious step towards a better functioning memory. Research of this kind is essential; it allows individuals to prevent unwitting self-sabotaging of their memory performance, thus making their lives much easier.”
These findings are insightful; oral activity impedes the recalling of verbal content, and now people know how to prevent that from happening. Ultimate Memory™ stated today that if one chooses to abstain from this pointless chewing habit and with the right memory techniques, individuals can access a fully functioning memory.
“It’s actually relieving to find that gum chewing is one interfering factor for memory. Put simply, this means one less factor to worry about. As research advances we’ll soon be able to list all memory’s foes and provide the best ways on how to strengthen memory. Chewing gum has already been crossed off that list, and there's more to come," Slater concluded.
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