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Marc Woodyard

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Do robotic dogs dream of electric cats? 

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Have you ever walked into a room and forgotten what you came in for? While you may blame a faulty memory, research from Notre Dame suggests it may be the simple act of passing through a doorway that’s to blame. Your brain compartmentalizes information so efficiently that going through a physical doorway can signal your brain that you’ve moved on to another task. While this phenomenon can be frustrating, it’s the sign of a focused mind -- not a forgetful one! Share this post with friends and let us know if you’re relieved to learn about this research in the comments. 

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