Pessimists have better memory

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A study conducted by Professor Joseph Forgas, from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, proved that pessimists are less gullible and they can better judge other people. Also, people in a bad mood or who think negatively have a better memory, because they are more regardful to what surrounds them, rather than happier people, whom, being more absent-minded, don’t really see what is happening around them. The survey also showed how sad people are more able to support a plea in writing, with reasons.

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