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'''Memory training''' involves the use of psychological techniques and [[learning strategies]] such as to improve various aspects of [[memory]] and reduce [[forgetting]]. This may be part of a [[cognitive rehabilitation]] program to address [[memory disorders]]
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'''Memory training''' involves the use of psychological techniques and [[learning strategies]] such as to improve various aspects of [[memory]] and reduce [[forgetting]]. This may be part of a [[cognitive rehabilitation]] program to address [[memory disorders]]. Typically those with some types of [[brain damage]] and thos older adults with [[Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders]] may benefit.
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==Work with older adults==
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Memory traing has been shown to be beneficial for older adults with memory impairments <Ref> De Vreese, L.P., Neri, M., Fioravanti,
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.,Belloi, l & Zanetti, O. (2001). Memory rehabilitation in Alziemers disease: A review of progress. International Journal of geriatric psychiatry 16, 794-809 </Ref>
   
   
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Memory training involves the use of psychological techniques and learning strategies such as to improve various aspects of memory and reduce forgetting. This may be part of a cognitive rehabilitation program to address memory disorders. Typically those with some types of brain damage and thos older adults with Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders may benefit.

Work with older adults

Memory traing has been shown to be beneficial for older adults with memory impairments [1]


See also

References

  1. De Vreese, L.P., Neri, M., Fioravanti, .,Belloi, l & Zanetti, O. (2001). Memory rehabilitation in Alziemers disease: A review of progress. International Journal of geriatric psychiatry 16, 794-809

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