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Non-pharmacological intervention of memory difficulties in healthy older adults, as well as those with brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders, has gained much attention in recent years. The two main reasons that explain this growing interest in memory rehabilitation are the limited efficacy of current drug therapies and the plasticity of the human central nervous and the discovery that during aging, the connections in the brain are not fixed but retain the capacity to change withdoi:10.3389/fnhum.2012.00046 pmid:22408614 pmcid:PMC3297818 fatcat:rou46h2aufezvgebfdr6zfbwty