A Memory Manual to improve
Everyday Memory skills

Get Manual (English) VIEW TRANSLATIONS
This Memory Manual is free, but you have the opportunity to make a donation here if you wish.

You May Also Like.....

Click here to see our Cambridge Wellbeing Manual, designed to give quality advice and guidance to promote wellbeing and manage stress
Click here to see our Cambridge Rehabilitation Booklets, where you can see a range of rehab advice for patients and carers/staff in neurological settings
Click here to see our COVID Rehabilitation Centre
Check out Shark Attack Memory Game, available now on the App Store and Google Play

Narinder Kapur

Memory difficulties are amongst the most common symptoms in clinical practice, such as brain and mental health conditions, and also conditions such as COVID-19. In addition, memory lapses occur more frequently as part of the aging process. The Cambridge Memory Manual draws upon years of research on the psychology of human memory. It is the only self-help memory manual which is available in over six languages. It is written by a leading behavioural scientist, Dr Narinder Kapur, visiting Professor of Neuropsychology at University College London. Dr Kapur has over 40 years’ experience working in the National Health Service, including as Head of Neuropsychology in major neuroscience centres in Cambridge and Southampton. He is Past-President of the British Neuropsychological Society, recipient of a Lifetime-Achievement Award from the British Psychological Society, and author/editor of four books in the field of Neuropsychology.

The Cambridge Memory Manual is an absolutely fantastic resource for anyone concerned about their memory, and for anyone advising people with memory difficulties. It is stacked full of sensible, practical and helpful tips on how best to learn and remember things. Drawing on his deep knowledge and many years of experience helping patients with memory problems, Prof Kapur draws on memory theory and scientific evidence to provide advice on the most effective strategies and aids to help manage a wide range of everyday memory tasks, including remembering to do things, remembering names, remembering where your put things and many more.


Professor of Applied Neuropsychology

University of Glasgow

This memory manual by Narinder Kapur, one of the world’s leading experts on memory, will prove useful for the many people who are left with memory problems after brain damage. Such problems are common after traumatic brain injury, stroke, encephalitis, hypoxic damage (due to shortage of oxygen) and other conditions. Psychologists, therapists and family members will also benefit from the manual.



World-Leading Neuropsychologist

Past-President, International Neuropsychological Society

Author of 18 books on Neuropsychology