Over 40 days, participants were challenged to recall a list of 72 words after 30-minute training sessions.
Before training, individuals could remember 26 to 30 words from the list.
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After training sessions, method of loci groups remembered 35 more words, while the control group and N-back test recalled just 7 and 11 more words, respectively.