Improving Your Memory For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, May 4, 2011 - Self-Help - 336 pages
Practical tips and techniques make remembering a snap

Jog your memory with exercises to help you at home, at work,anywhere!

Whether you are cramming for an exam, have trouble rememberingnames, or you just want to give your overall memory power a boost,this plain-English guide offers clever tricks to help you rememberwhat you want to remember. You'll discover how your memory worksand how to enhance it in all types of situations.

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* Explanations in plain English
* "Get in, get out" information
* Icons and other navigational aids
* Tear-out cheat sheet
* Top ten lists
* A dash of humor and fun

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Tossing Qut Those MEITIOQZ Myths
Discoyering How Your Brain Remembers
Establishing Memogl Power
Supplementing Your Memory
Preserying Your Memory
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Taking a Powerhouse Memogr to Work
Acing Exams
Taking Stock of Impoptant Dates and Strings of Numbers
Keeping Your MQIIIOQZ Intact in a HighSpeed World
The Part of Tens
Ten Frequently Asked Questions About Memogg

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John Arden is a psychologist who oversees twenty training programs in as many medical centers. He has worked in the mental health and education systems for twenty-eight years and is the author of four other books.

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