Books on Memory Loss
Memory: From Mind to Molecules
by Larry Squire and Eric Kandel. (New York: Scientific American Library, 2000)
Larry Squire and Eric Kandel are two of the scientists at the forefront of memory research. They have produced a very readable book which explains some of the most important concepts of how memory works — including memory disorders such as amnesia.
Memory: From Mind to Molecules on Amazon.com
Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
by Diane Roberts Stoler and Barbara Albers Hill. (Avery Penguin Putnam, 1998 (paperback), 284 pp., $14.95)
This manual explains the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of brain-injured people and offers practical suggestions for coping with physical and emotional consequences of brain injuries.
Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury on Amazon.com
Understanding Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI): An Insightful Guide to Symptoms, Treatments, and Redefining Recovery
by Laura L. Whittemore
A reference to recognize the physical and behavioral symptoms that are often unidentified and misunderstood. The Good News is that the brain has remarkable regenerative powers of neuroplasticity. Armed with knowledge of this unique injury and a recommended list of available treatments and recovery possibilities, the reader will be inspired with the hope that they will get better. They will learn to compensate and discover their own resiliency and resourcefulness.
Understanding Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI): An Insightful Guide to Symptoms, Treatments, and Redefining Recovery on Amazon.com