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This study focuses on testing peoples fittest advantages on adaptivememory Will people remember the information that seems fittest forthem Previous study showed that people primed to rememberfittest-related information on adaptive memory in opposing tonon-fittest-related information However there are some studies thatfocus on adaptive memory before In order to prove the theory morereliable Our study was conducted to find how fittest memory could serveas an advantage in adaptive memory We hypothesized that people are morelikely to remember the fittest information if the information aboutsingle man were more attractive than the single father We composed twopassages and randomly assigned the conditions to participants Under theexperimental condition participants were asked to read the passageabout a single man or a single father we didnt ask them to memorizedat first but later on there are a few questions needs to answered Theresults showed that participants who were assign with the single manpassage had a better memorizing result than participants who were assignwith the single father passage The result supported our hypothesis thatpeople had better memory retention for fittest related information Introduction Charles Darwins theory of evolution via natural selection suggeststhatthe fittest members of a group tend to survive and produce moreoffspringHuman being evolves continuously people become more adaptive to thisworld We gain different kinds of knowledge and inherit from generationto generation In the past study researchers suggested that memory shouldbe tuned to remember certain kinds of domain-specific information thatis relevant to survivalfitness Nairne et
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