The Memory Workbook: Breakthrough Techniques to Exercise Your Brain and Improve Your Memory Paperback – Sep 1 2001
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Michael Lee Kohn, Psy.D, is a psychologist at Eastern State Hospital in Williamsburg, VA.
Douglas J. Mason, PsyD, is a neuropsychologist who specializes in the diagnosis and rehabilitation of people with brain injuries and other cognitive disorders. He is currently in private practice in central Florida. His practice is called The Memory Doctor, LLC.To learn more, please visit him at www.thememorydoctor.com.
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Instead it focuses on memory problems as a normal part of aging, medications and diet. Through out the book it mentions Alzheimers and similar concerns and repeatedly speaks about not being concerned about particular memory lapses as you grow older.
It does have thorough coverage of memory myths and how some of these myths create or contribute memory problems as well as the best coverage of diet, medicine, supplements and similar factors of any of the memory books that I have read.
This is a workbook with many excercises to prove their points as well as show how various techniques work and how storing and retrieving memories works in the mind.
If I were asked who I would recommend this book to then it would have to be people in one of two groups. First would be anyone who is aging and thinks that they are having memory lapses more often and are concerned about them. Second would be those who want to know what drugs, nutritional supplements and dietary factors may increase or harm their mental capacities.
Right from the start the exercises give you power to enhance your memory by teaching techniques to pay attention, to associate and to accept your own abilities.
For anyone who has a tendancy to forget, you can learn your strengths, boost your weaknesses and even smile at them. If you fear Aging, Alzheimers, Dimentia or Senility - there is an explanation that is understandable. Medication, Depression and other factors that can alter one's memory are also described.
I would recommend this book to anyone who suffers from or knows someone else who has concerns regarding his or her memory.
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The book is a good clear set of memory aids. It often reminds one that memory aids are a key to a more vibrant and clear thought process.Published on Oct. 16 2013 by Charles J Bingham
Provides a suscinct guide to the functions of memory and a comprehensive program to enhance your thinking. Read morePublished on July 14 2004
The Memory Workbook is very current, logical and easy to understand. The authors capture your attention with interesting memory exercises. Read morePublished on Dec 28 2001 by Joe
I am a medical professional and have been interested in memory improvement for years. I have followed the research faithfully since a parent was diagnosed with dementia. Read morePublished on Dec 22 2001 by Ron McDermott