When it comes to remembering things, we all slip up from time to time, but more so for the guys, new research suggests.
Men are apparently worse at remembering to do things than their female counterparts, according to a study by researchers at Aston University and published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.
For the study, researchers had 100 participants, both men and women aged between 15 and 40, undergo memory tests. It was found that women were better at remembering plans than men.
More specifically, women were better that remembering tasks that involved the action of doing something rather than just saying it.