FEATURE13 January 2020

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Bad smells can make our memories stronger and improve emotional learning, a new research paper has found. By Katie McQuater.

Scent can be very powerful, often evoking memories and positive associations more clearly than by looking at a photograph or listening to a song. When we think of our sense of smell and its link to memory, however, we tend ...