Cabbies’ Brains Have More ‘Navigation’ Gray Matter

If you want to know the quickest route to a restaurant or hotel, a taxi driver may be your best bet. And new research suggests their savvy skills are imprinted in their brains.

Turns out, the intensive training required of London taxi driver candidates may alter the drivers’ brains, changing the part of the brain in charge of memory and spatial navigation, the new study suggests — via redwolf.newsvine.com

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