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The linked website resources were originally compiled in July 2009 by Randi Most, Ph.D., a neuropsychologist in private practice in Jacksonville, Florida.

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HELP WITH MEMORY


WEBSITES:

bindependent : Tips and Resources

About Memory : Learning about Memory for Permanent Memory Improvement

http://www.nacada.ksu.edu/ : Resources to Assist with Memory Improvement

http://www.uab.edu/medicine/tbi/uab-tbi-information-network/uab-tbims-home-based-cognitive-stimulation-activities/24

Mind Tools
: Memory Techniques

Memory Principles : Study Skills

http://www.neuropsychologycentral.com/  : Information about Dementia and Neuropsychology



SUGGESTED READING:

The Memory Workbook: Breakthrough Techniques to Exercise Your Brain and Improve Your Memory; by Douglas Mason, Psy.D., Michael Lee Kohn and Karen Clark; New Harbinger Publications (2001)

Your Memory: How it Works and How to Improve It; by Kenneth Higbee, PhD Da Capo Press (2001)

Remembering and Forgetting in Everyday Life; by Barry Gordon, M.D.; Mastermedia Publishing Co (1995)

Intelligent Memory: Improve the Memory that Makes You Smarter
; by Barry Gordon, M.D.; Penguin (2004)

The Harvard Medical School Guide to Achieving Optimal Memory
; by Aaron Nelson, Ph.D.; McGraw-Hill (2005);

Stop Memory Loss; Matteson Books
; by William Cone, Ph.D. (2005);

Successful Aging
; by Mary O’Brien, M.D.; Biomed General (2007);

Brain Games: Fun Ways to Lower Your Brain Age in Minutes a Day; by Elkhonan Goldberg;
Publications International Unlimited (2008);

Keep Your Brain Alive: 83 Neurobic Exercises to Help Prevent Memory Loss and Increase Mental Fitness; by Lawrence Katz, Ph.D. and Manning Rubin; Workman Publishing Co. (1998);

How to Remember: A Practical Guide to Memory Recall; by Rob Eastaway; Hodder & Stoughton (2004);

The Memory Book: The Classic Guide to Improving Your Memory at Work, at School and at Play
; by Harry Lorayne & Jerry Lucas; Ballantine Books (2000);

Aerobics of the Mind Cards: 100 Exercises for a Healthy Brain; by Marge Engelman, Ph.D. Attainment Co. (2001);

Treating Memory Impairments: A Memory Book and Other Strategies
; by Vicki Dohrmann;
Communication Skill Builders 1-800-763-2306 or 1-800-228-0752

Memory Matters; by Deborah West and Janet Niemeier, National Resource Center for TBI www.neuro.pmr.vcu.edu/

The Memory Bible; by Gary Small, M.D.; Hyperion (2003)

Don’t Forget; by Danielle Lapp; DaCapo Press (1995)



COMPUTER BASED COGNITIVE TRAINING PROGRAMS:


My Brain Trainer

The Brain Fitness Program

Brain Age 2

5 Great Games That Will Supercharge Your Brain
FREE

BrainBashers : Puzzles, Games, Brain Teasers and Optical Illusions FREE

Games for the Brain
FREE

BrainTrain

MSN Games : Puzzles, Word Trivia, Pop Culture FREE

NeuropsychOnline

Sample Module FREE

The Memory Works

Rocky Mountain Learning Systems
: Brain & Memory Software Programs

AudiBlox

Don’t Forget : Memory Games FREE

Luminosity : Brain Training Games

Wii Big Brain Academy

Memory Booster : Children

Challenging Our Minds : Cognitive Enhancement System for Children

Neuroscience for Kids
: Memory Games FREE

The websites listed above are intended as a courtesy service to explore cognitive based activities and are not endorsed by staff at Memory & Psychological Services, Inc. or intended to serve as substitutions for treatment.

 
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