Improving Your Memory: The Lazy Person's Guide, by McCandler, Richard
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- ISBN: 9780717133529 | 0717133524
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 8/1/2002
Sometimes, remembering why you've opened the fridge door can be difficult enough never mind trying to remember how to calculate the square root of thirty-two or even the names of your new neighbours. Both short- and long-term memory can pose a challenge to all of us at some time in our lives. Enter the 'Lazy Person's Guide'. Packed with information and invaluable hints and tips, this book will deliver on its promise. Whether you want to remember names and faces better, achieve total recall in exams, play better poker or bridge, learn a foreign language, remember jokes or even reverse the process of memory decline, 'Improving your memory - The Lazy Person' s Guide' will help you. 'The Lazy Person's Guides' is a series of popular, cheerful yet thoroughly grounded, practical and authoritative books on various health issues and conditions. Other titles in the series include, 'Detox', 'Beating Overeating', 'Midlife', 'Quitting Smoking', 'Stress', 'Self-Esteem', 'Exercise' and 'Emotional Healing'.