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Stop forgetting;: How to develop your memory and put it to practical use Unknown Binding – 1945


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wining 13 Sep 2005
By sourdough - Published on Amazon.com
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I went from a looser in poker to a consistant winner.Had I known of this in my school days I would have had straight A's
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The first MEMORY course in the modern era. 31 Jan 2013
By John Tyler Gibson - Published on Amazon.com
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This classic was once oe of the text books in the Dale Carnegie Course. Furst was first, then came Harry Lorayne. Systems and techniques have similar historic and scientific origins. Such studies provide great exercise for the brain and neuroscientists. have found that this activity can prevent dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
A must have book for those looking to improve their memory 22 Oct 2013
By Iugna - Published on Amazon.com
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A well written, easy to understand book on memory improvement filled with plenty of examples.

This is a must have book for those struggling with their poor memory !
Good, but a little dated 30 July 2014
By Michael B. - Published on Amazon.com
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Good book, but some of the info is out of date. For example, he refers to different types of learning styles which we now know don't really have anything to do with learning or memory. However, still some good information about the basics of memory improvement.
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