So if you study for a test while, say, you sit in garbage, you'll remember the information better than if you studied it while you weren't sitting in garbage.

June 28, 2019

People remember things better when they're accompanied by a BAD SMELL, according to a new study.  The researchers think it's because the bad smell triggers the TRAUMA centers in our brain . . . and when those are activated, we're sharper and our memories are stronger.