A naturalistic study comparing the efficacy of a memory enhancement course to a general academic course.
- Published Article
International psychogeriatrics / IPA
- Publication Date
Sep 01, 1999
It appears that participation in academic courses is associated with improvement in certain aspects of cognitive functioning. Awareness of objective memory functioning may be a natural selection factor or a significant motivating factor for healthy elderly to enroll in memory enhancement courses.
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