Teaching memory strategies to persons with multiple sclerosis.

  title={Teaching memory strategies to persons with multiple sclerosis.},
  author={Daniel N. Allen and Gerald Goldstein and Rock A Heyman and T Rondinelli},
  journal={Journal of rehabilitation research and development},
  volume={35 4},
A memory-training program previously used effectively upon persons with head-injury (HI) was conducted upon eight subjects with multiple sclerosis (MS). The program involved computer-assisted teaching of imagery-based mnemonic strategies for recall of lengthy lists of words, and for associating names with faces. Results were similar to those found in individuals with HI, but the MS subjects learned the strategies quickly, and did not appear to require the lengthy training needed by persons with… CONTINUE READING

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