Working Memory Advantage

Working Memory Advantage

Train your Brain to Function Stronger, Smarter, Faster

Book - 2013
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Arguing that working memory is a stronger predictor of success than IQ, a guide to enhancing memory cites its role in life management skills and various learning disorders while outlining prescriptive exercises for improving brain function.
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, 2013
ISBN: 9781451650129
1451650124
Branch Call Number: 153.13 WORKI
Characteristics: 352 pages

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darcyhudjik
Feb 10, 2018

This is an excellent book on helping your memory work better. I definitely recommend it.

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1aa
Feb 03, 2015

Somewhat repetitive, but the authors do make a good case for working memory and its importance.

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cdimov
Sep 15, 2013

Working Memory Advantage is an important book for both adults wanting to understand memory and for parents wanting to understand how to better help their children succeed in school. A fascinating perspective that Tracy and Ross Alloway point out is that Working Memory is perhaps equally or more important than IQ in your child's school performance, and success. Most important - is that Working Memory can be improved with deliberate practice, whereas IQ is trickier to adjust.

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