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I've read and listened to a number of books in the past which provide useful information for increasing memory or allowing the reader to work on some exercises that may or may not have results, but this is primarily a dry recitation of data with regards to the process of memory in a statistical format, presented with endless references to various other studies on the subject.
This is more of a lengthy college dissertation meant to show data that has been collected for review by academia. Very detached in presentation, little story or flow that can be followed for a casual reader and likely better presented in textbook format with charts and graphs to refer to as the data is presented.
There is little here of use to those interested in improving memory.
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