Synopses & Reviews
How to remember what you don't want to forget.
Frustrated by your forgetfulness? Don't be. Memory lapses aren't necessarily a sign of age -- more often they are a sign of the times, as we're all inundated with important information to remember, from PINs and cell phone numbers to children's schedules and crucial business facts.
Dr. Cynthia Green, founding director of The Memory Enhancement Program at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, shows you how to make the most of your memory, sharing her powerful yet practical eight-step program for improving your recall.
Do you sometimes enter a room and forget what you went there for?
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Do you find yourself struggling to remember details from an important meeting?
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Are you constantly misplacing your keys or glasses?
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Do you find it impossible to remember directions, phone numbers, or computer passwords without writing them down?
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Do the names of people you've just been introduced to slip your mind?
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About the Author
Cynthia R. Green, Ph.D., is the founder and director of The Memory Enhancement Program at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, where she teaches memory wellness classes to adults of all ages. Dr. Green, who holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from New York University, has been on the staff of Mount Sinai Medical Center since 1990, where she is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry. She lives with her family in northern New Jersey.