研究揭示為何男性更健忘
In this study, women underwent 100 memory tasks over 2 minutes, 15 minutes, and 24 hours. The study found that women who took the test were better at remembering to perform tasks that involved doing something rather than saying something. They were also better than men at remembering activities related to events rather than activities related to a specific time.

Studies have also found that both men and women have difficulty remembering events in the distant future.

In addition to work responsibilities, women generally have more responsibilities at home, the study found . Because of this social role, women may perform tasks involving prospective memory and planning skills more often than men in daily life, thereby improving their performance in retaining memories.

Things as simple as remembering to buy milk or put clothes in the washing machine serve as examples for women. Remember the ability to take on tasks. She added that men might be able to improve their memory by taking a more active role in the family.

It's thought that gender differences in memory may be down to hormones or even the structure of the brain. Between the ages of 20 and 40, the memory centers of the brain shrink in men but not in women.

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