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Coping with memory impairment.
Wilson, B.A.
In G.M. Davies & R.H. Logie (Eds.), Memory in Everyday Life (pp. 461-481). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers, B.V.
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Memory impairments following brain injury may cause severe disruption to the lives of brain injured people and their families. This chapter discusses the likelihood of improvement in memory functioning following brain injury before going on to provide some general guidelines for helping people with memory problems. The final sections look at external aids and mnemonics as compensatory methods for memory problems.