Kimberly Hutchinson, PhD, and Larry Dilks, PhD, have categorized the three realms of memory as: immediate, recent/working, and long-term. They have shown how a memory can be disrupted or lost due to any number of factors, including TBI. And, they have observed that after brain injury, some individuals memories were never recovered, while others may slowly fade away.
As a companion to the two-volume set, Cognitive Rehabilitation of Executive Functions, this Tip Card can serve as a quick reference guide on Executive Functions. There are many ways to improve memory and learning that have been tested and proved to work well. Contained in this Tip Card is one that originates from Greece “Simomides Memory Palace.” Dr. Hutchinson and Dr. Dilks confirm that when memory has been compromised due to some form of disruption and/or injury, recovering skills and abilities only occurs by learning, relearning, and repetition (Practice, Practice, Practice).
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