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by Forrest,Ph.D. Scogin,Mark Prohaska
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Practitioner's resource series. This guide describes how memory assessment and memory training can be integrated into the treatment of older adults by nongerontologically trained professionals. Forrest Mark Prohaska Ph. D. Scogin.
by Forrest Ray Scogin. Original publication date.
Presents numerous memory assessment and memory training strategies for use with older adults who complain of memory difficulties. ISBN13: 9780943158921. Release Date: July 1993. Publisher: Professional Resource Exchange, Incorporated. Dimensions: . " x . ".
Aiding Older Adults with Memory Complaints by F. Scogin and M. . Prohaska. The need to develop and provide novel specialized services to the elderly increases with the rise of an aging population. This fact is underscored by the authors of Aiding OlderAdults with Memory Complaints. In the first third of the book, memory changes associated with normal aging are described using the ng model of memory (. sensory, primary, secondary, and tertiary memory stores).
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