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A study published in the journal Memory suggests that saying words out loud can help you to remember them. (Tom Wang/Shutterstock )

Canadian researchers say you can improve memory with this one weird trick

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Memorial University professor Carole Peterson said memory may be influenced by social variables, such as how parents speak to their children.

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Authors of a new study say people are unlikely to remember events from their childhood that happened before they were old enough to talk.

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It will introduce you to some powerful prehistoric memory techniques you can use now that Lynne Kelly put together for us in her book, The Memory Code.

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The researchers then put some of the rookies through a memory training program and observed how their brains changed with exercise.

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