Roots of Memory Aren’t Fully Developed Until Adulthood – NYTimes.com

Children have memories, but the ability to remember the origin of memories develops slowly. A new study reports that this ability matures during adolescence and fully develops only in adulthood.

via Roots of Memory Aren’t Fully Developed Until Adulthood – NYTimes.com.

You have to grow in order to see whole pictures, which in turn helps memorize things.

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