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Professor Victor Boucher of the University of Montreal's Department of Linguistics and Translation explains "We knew that repeating aloud was good for memory, but this is the first study to show that if it is done in a context of communication, the effect is greater in terms of information recall," The Professor goes on to say "The simple fact of articulating without making a sound creates a sensorimotor link that increases our ability to remember, but if it is related to the functionality of speech, we remember even more,"

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