‘Google effect’ leads to changes in memory

[caption id="attachment_68399" align="alignleft" width="215" caption="A new study suggests people will forget information they know they can locate at a later date."][/caption]

New research reveals that if people expect something to remain easily available, they are more likely to remember where they found the information than the information itself--but if they don't think it will be easy to find again,
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