101 Ways to Improve Your Memory

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Reader's Digest, 2005 - Reference - 352 pages
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Have you uttered these phrases lately? Are you thinking it's just your age and there's nothing you can do? If so, 101 Ways To Improve Your Memory can provide you with tools to keep your thinking sharp and help keep your brain young for years to come. Through a variety of quizzes that reveal your brain's strengths and weaknesses and more than 500 puzzles to give your memory muscle a good workout, you'll be able to tap into the brain's multiple memory systems. Gain a better grasp on how your memory works. Train your brain with innovative exercises and entertaining games that test your abilities for logical reasoning, observation, and concentration. Spend less time forgetting and more time having fun! Book jacket.

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