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From a leading expert at one of the world's most respected medical schools--a complete program for achieving optimal memory, for life!
Ever find yourself walking into a room and forgetting why? Having trouble remembering that pesky password or your siblings' birthdays? Don't panic. Memory lapses like these are common, especially after age forty. But memory loss isn't inevitable or irreversible. You can achieve optimal memory at any age--and this book shows you how.
Dr. Aaron P. Nelson, a member of the Harvard Medical School faculty and a clinical neuropsychologist, has helped thousands of patients with memory and other cognitive problems. In his easy-to-understand guide you'll find:
About the Harvard Medical School health guide series
Each book from Harvard Medical School gives you the knowledge you need to understand and take control of your health. In every book, a world-renowned expert from Harvard Medical School provides you with the latest information on diagnosis, traditional and alternative treatments, home remedies, and lifestyle changes that can make a powerful difference in your health.
Aaron P. Nelson, Ph.D., is Chief of Neuropsychology, Division of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, Brigham and Women's Hospital, and an assistant professor of psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Susan Gilbert is a medical journalist who writes for the New York Times and other publications.
I am a teacher and aging adult so all of this information was incredibly helpful. It helped me better understand the process of retaining information and memory. Thanks!Published 23 months ago by J. Sedustine
Easy to read but comprehensive in its coverage. Great examples. Good reading for all adults. Recommended to me by a Phd and he was correct in its meeting my questions on how the... Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by angela summerson
Just exercise get you vitamins and thats all they know about memory this book was a waste of time and moneyPublished on April 18, 2013 by Joseph Widlan
I dont think genetics have anything to do with who you are unless you are ill. I am a sucessful black executive and considere myself to be very smart at least that is a requirement... Read morePublished on November 30, 2012 by cerebro