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Women Better at Remembering Faces

A new study shows that women have an upper hand when it comes to remembering faces and the names that go with them. A new study shows that women have an upper hand when it comes to remembering faces and the names that go with them. Another research study done in the past has pointed that out as well.This time, some of the mechanics behind the magic have been revealed.In short, it’s all in the details. Women tend to absorb specifics about facial features that make later recall more readily available. To make this discovery, the researchers had several people wear helmets equipped with tracking cameras.The cameras recorded where the eyes were looking when the subjects were presented with names and faces, some for the first time while others were shown repeatedly.Women were better at remembering the faces and recalling their monikers. They also spent more time studying the facial features in the first place despite being shown the images for the same amount of time as the me

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