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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Tips to remember names



(Jennifer Stokley, a fellow member of a private on-line support group for brain-injury survivors and the people who care for them, posted this link for the group to see, and I am passing it along for my readers.)

When our brain's automatic association of new experiences with our existing "framework" of life experiences fails, we can consciously help the process along by consciously forming associations to help us remember. This short video illustrates this process.

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