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can my computer work as a memory aid?

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Dr. Olivier Frankenberger
27 years experience Cardiology
Yes: If it is on all the time and you are nearby surely can. Otherwise you have to link your calendars with an internet version to access everywhere or sync with your phone.
Answered on May 9, 2014
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Dr. Lawrence Smith
30 years experience Clinical Psychology
Yes: There are numerous programs that can assist you in improving your memory (e.g., studyblue.Com). Whether you use a flashcard application or tools for staying organized and scheduling study time, the computer is a wonderful tool. Of course, the computer can also be a gateway to significant distraction. So, a considerable amount of self-control and will power will be needed to keep focused on goals.
Answered on Dec 9, 2013

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