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R Schleser, R L West, L K Boatwright
Older adults in highrise buildings were recruited for memory training using positive ("build your memory power"), neutral ("learn memory skills"), or negative ("avoid memory failures") content approaches which were: printed on a poster mounted in a prominent place (CSA), presented orally at a building meeting (PC), and, finally, printed on flyers distributed to the residents (DC). There were more volunteers after PC with neutral or positive content, but the CSA respondents were more likely to complete the training...
1986: International Journal of Aging & Human Development
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