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On SAGE Insight: Must-read free article in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Chemotherapy Side Effects on Memory and Response to Alcohol

Article title: What You Do Not Know Could Hurt You: What Women Wish Their Doctors Had Told Them About Chemotherapy Side Effects on Memory and Response to Alcohol From Breast Cancer: Basic and Clinical Research Free access to this great … Continue reading

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The effectiveness of handheld computers for improving everyday memory functioning

A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of handheld computers for improving everyday memory functioning in patients with memory impairments after acquired brain injury From Clinical Rehabilitation Prospective memory failure is common among brain injury survivors. Memory impairment not only … Continue reading

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Focussing on where British Muslims belong, rather than where they come from

British Muslims, memory and identity: Representations in British film and television documentary From European Journal of Cultural Studies The British media’s preoccupation with Britain’s Muslim populations has ebbed and flowed, especially in the wake of 9/11, the London bombings of … Continue reading

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Exploring the links between media and the changing memories of the 2005 London bombings

Special Issue: Remembering the 2005 London bombings: Media, memory, commemoration From Memory Studies This month marks the sixth anniversary of the ‘7/7’ bombings. The attack was unprecedented and was the deadliest act of terrorism the UK has suffered since the Lockerbie … Continue reading

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