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Memory Strategies

A memory improvement program
Deirdre Potgieter, Unisa Press 2009

Item 8058, ISBN 978-1-86888-553-4
SA price: R150.00 (VAT incl)
Africa: R172.00 US: $29.00, UK: £17.00 Europe: Ä23.00 Foreign prices include airmail
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 Memory Strategies

Compiled by a seasoned professional, this is a user-friendly instructional CD which provides training in strategies for improving one's memory.

After introducing study management skills, five sections offer the user different strategies for improving memory.

This CD has proved to be extremely useful to students as well as to the public, in sharpening their memory abilities.

This program can be used by teachers, psychologists, counsellors and trainers to enhance the memory potential of students and adults

This computer program is scientifically proven to have a positive effect on memory improvement and was developed from a Psychology Masterís degree awarded cum laude.

Minimum System requirements
Pentium II Computer with 16 MB RAM, a CD-Rom drive, a mouse, a 16 million colour display and a sound card.Operating System: Microsoft Windows

To Create a shortcut to Memstrat

  1. Insert the Memstrat CD-Rom into your CD-Rom drive
  2. Click on the Start Button and choose Run
  3. Type D:\install (where D is the letter of your CD-Rom drive. If your CD-Rom drive uses a different letter, substitute this in place of D).
  4. Click OK or press Enter.

To run the lesson

  1. Click on the Start menu
  2. Move your mouse to Programs
  3. Move your mouse to Memstrat
  4. Click on the Memstrat icon

You must have the CD-Rom in the CD-Rom drive in order to run this lesson. This program uses a lot of memory, so DO NOT have other programs open (in use) while running it.