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 MEMORY HELP READING       CPANCF.COM  Articles and Archives Pages

Clinical Psychology Associates of North Central Florida

2121 NW 40th Terr Suite B. Gainesville FL 32605   352-336-2888

The linked website resources were originally compiled in July 2009 by Randi Most, Ph.D.,  a neuropsychologist in private practice in Jacksonville, Florida.  It was compiled from suggestions for resources for people with memory problems made from neuropsychologists subscribing to a large national neuropsychology list-serve managed by Laura Howe, Ph.D. and others.  Additional resources added since that time appear in dark blue as opposed to black text in three linked pages. 


For ease of providing handouts, the three sections are compiled in one Help For Memory Handout in .pdf  format.

MEMORY HELP  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 HarvardMedicalSchool 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, NationalResourceCenter 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);

  • Memory Strategies from one of the Florida Psychological Association websites, authored by Larry Kubiak, Ph.D.

HELP WITH MEMORY COMPUTER BASED PROGRAMS


Disclaimer:  The references and links are provided for informational and educational purposes only. References do not endorse or imply any warranty as to the accuracy or suitability of material therein.  All decisions regarding medical or psychological care should be made in private consultation with a licensed professional.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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