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Re: Memory Training Unlikely to Help in Treating ADHD

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Originally Posted by Geronimoo Back-Y-Rita View Post
I have lots of research information on this subject.

I will start here and try to expalin in parts.



"Memory Training" occurs after the brain is mostly developed.

(stressor response systems developed),

Approx. 8 - 90 year of age.



"Training Memory" occurs while the brain is still developing.

(stressor response systems developing)

Approx. Third Trimester and the first 3 to 7 years of Life.
Thanks, but ... That is much too confusing as the names are so similar.

There should be a different distinction between memory training in the very young
versus those older than 8 or 9.
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