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"Now Oakland communications consultant Wendlinger says we can actively call up, orchestrate and put to practical use those memories that we have heretofore come to use accidentally, as when we suddenly smell baking bread or hear an old song or feel the texture of, say, a dog's coat or favorite blanket. He shows us how to isolate these triggers by mapping our old neighborhood or school or bedroom or kitchen with sensual memories that we can code and later use. . . ." -- San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday Book Review, March 17, 1996, by Patricia Holt, Book Review Editor
"This book will help you go back as far as your early childhood. Use it to remember details for the most important part of your scrapbooking pages - photo journaling. It's also a great tool to assist you in writing your life story, especially when photos don't exist for certain chapters of your life. . . ." -- Creating Keepsakes Magazine, Jan/Feb 1998
Where to begin, where, let's see. First off, "Dr" Wendlinger writes a book about how to improve your memory abilities, but bases this work on his own untested,... Read morePublished on July 29, 2000 by E Forty
Writing my recent book,"Byron's War" required that I scan my memory for details of events that took place more than fifty-five years ago. Read morePublished on May 17, 2000 by Byrondee
I reviewed this book for a class I teach in memory and thinking. The content was thin and exercises were not on par with university level material. Read morePublished on May 2, 2000 by Lydia Bechtle