Today, younger and older people alike are worried about their memories. Billions of dollars are spent each year on herbs, vitamins, and drugs that can supposedly help you build a better memory or protect the skills you have. With over 200 well-researched tips and 300 scholarly references, Memory Power 101 can do what no pill can—help students get better grades, aid professionals in essential confidence building, and give seniors a means of taking control of senility. Dr. Klemm explains the different kinds of memories and how they are stored and accessed in everyday situations. He offers advice on learning how to focus and pay attention so that key pieces of information are more easily used. He talks about the importance of cues and stimuli both when learning and in recall, discusses repressed memories, Freudian slips, the roles of both exercise and sleep in building a better memory, and more. With his advice, you’re bound to improve your memory of names and faces, as well as read and heard information. Keep better track of numbers and places, and even remember where you left your house keys and where you parked your car! Memory Power 101 is a unique book that can help almost anyone be more successful and happier.