Who makes good use of memory aids? Results of a survey of people with acquired brain injury.

@article{Evans2003WhoMG,
  title={Who makes good use of memory aids? Results of a survey of people with acquired brain injury.},
  author={Jonathan J. Evans and Barbara A. Wilson and Paul Needham and Sue Brentnall},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS},
  year={2003},
  volume={9 6},
  pages={925-35}
}
Wilson and Watson (1996) identified several factors that were associated with use of memory aids and strategies in a group of people with acquired brain injury. The present study tested these findings, with the aim of identifying the variables that best predict effective use of memory aids after brain injury. One-hundred and one people with memory problems arising from brain injury and their carers were interviewed to identify the aids/strategies used to compensate for memory impairment, and… CONTINUE READING