People with congenital blindness, better developed memory than those who have the eyes, informs Sky News, citing an experiment conducted by specialists of the University of Bath. In addition to the excellent memory, blind people can boast of impeccable verbal abilities.
These facts confirmed the results of the testing, which involved three categories of people: blind from birth, sighted and those who acquired blindness later. All three categories of people ought to play a set of words. Blind from birth could do it better than others. Their memory with maximum precision reproduced a set of words, without the use of synonyms.
He criticized the sound quality of episodic and semantic memory.