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Friendly conversations improve cognitive function

A study which will be published in The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology has revealed that when people engage in cooperative conversations, like getting to know others, they display improvements in aspects of cognition such as memory and self-control. Competitive conversations do not create these benefits.

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