Improving Your Memory For Dummies ?, Mini Edition by John B. Arden, PhD

Improving Your Memory For Dummies ?, Mini Edition

By John B. Arden, PhD

  • Release Date: 2010-12-09
  • Genre: Self Help
Score: 3.5
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Description

Troubleshoot your forgetfulness! Remember dates, appointments, people, and more! Whether you're having trouble remembering birthdays, names, or appointments, or you just want to give your overall memory power a boost, this guide offers clever tricks to help you remember what you want to remember. You'll discover how your memory works and how to enhance it in all types of situations. Discover how to: Remember a list without writing it down Cut through memory fog Organize your memories for faster recall

Reviews

  • Improving your memory for dummies-Mini edition

    5
    By Amonn232
    A great read, covering the essentials- highly recommended to all!
  • Dunnooo

    3
    By Wizzkid46743
    I dont know i cant remember
  • Ok

    3
    By Cjazza
    Good introduction but need to get the whole book to really make a difference!
  • Improving your memories for dummies

    3
    By Pr3tty good
    Excellent book very educational well worth reading for your interest and health. Well done to all involved in this book
  • Ehsan

    3
    By Ehsan1361
    Good but not enough.
  • Improving your memory for dummies, mini edition

    4
    By Choppershepherd
    Very thought provoking and a good read. Takes you through some simple processes/tools to improve your memory and help you remember things.
  • Memory

    4
    By David Cheetham
    Some great ideas but book is too short
  • Too brief

    2
    By Arne 7
    The book is a little too brief for my liking
  • Kept forgetting to buy it.

    4
    By Merdok
    Not a bad book, written in the usual easy to follow style of the 'for dummies' series. I'm not sure that my memory has improved that much though. That may be because I kept forgetting chapters of the book shortly after reading them.

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