A desire to improve their memory is one of the most common requests from students referred for support. Students may begin to adopt an identity of a person with ‘no memory’, which can become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Students may have little idea of what memory is, of how good our memories already have to be in order for us to carry out various everyday tasks and the sorts of things which can lead to improved memory performance.
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