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No pictures, please: Taking photos may impede memory of museum tour

Visit a museum these days and you'll see people using their smartphones and cameras to take pictures of works of art, archeological finds, historical artifacts, and any other object that strikes their fancy. While taking a picture might seem like a good way to preserve the moment, new research published suggests that museum-goers may want to put their cameras down.
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