Where Did I Leave My Glasses?
The What, When, and Why of Normal Memory LossLarge Print - 2008
You forget people's names, or what you were about to say, or why you went into the kitchen. And you worry: Could this mean I am losing my memory? Join the crowd. There are seventy-six million baby boomers in the country, and memory loss is their number one concern. The Worried Well, specialists call them. They don't know that most memory lapses that begin in middle age are universal and normal. Now journalist Martha Weinman Lear explores this kind of forget-fulness - why it happens and what can be done about it. Book jacket.
Publisher: Detroit : Thorndike Press, c2008
Edition: Large print ed
Branch Call Number: LP 155.6713125 LEAR
Characteristics: 355 p. ; 22 cm