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Aging Research

Kessler Foundation's National Institutes of Health-funded work in aging and memory examines methods for improving new learning and memory in individuals with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). This method has been shown to be effective in other neurological populations, namely multiple sclerosis and traumatic brain injury. Strong pilot data supports its application to healthy aging and early dementia.

A Systematized Approach to Improve Memory in Older Adults

This study investigates the effectiveness of a memory enhancement technique in adults 60 years and older.

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Improving New Learning and Memory in People with Mild Cognitive Impairment

Study will administer the Kessler Foundation modified Story Memory Technique ®(KF-mSMT) to individuals with mild cognitive impairment to treat impaired new learning and memory (NLM).

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