My research on adaptive types of reminiscence (Wong & Watt, 1991) showed that both instrumental and integrative memories are beneficial to the elderly. In instrumental reminiscence, the seniors remembered an incident or a moment when they were able to overcome a difficulty or resolve a problem. In integrative reminiscence, they remembered cases in which they were able to achieve reconciliation with an alienated loved one or gain a spiritual insight about an unresolved issue. Recalling such memories at the end of each day may also have the same adaptive function.
The vast majority of Champa's export products came from the mountainous hinterland, sourced from as far as Attapeu in southern Laos .  They included gold and silver, slaves, animal and animal products, and precious woods.  By far the most important export product was eaglewood . It was the only product mentioned in Marco Polo 's brief account and similarly impressed the Arab trader Sulayman several centuries earlier.  Most of it was probably taken from the Aquilaria crassna tree, just as most of the eaglewood in Vietnam today. 
Dimitra was born in Greece. Dimitra attended acting schools at the Art Theatre - Carolos Coun and P. Katselis and enrolled herself in additional classes in ballet and singing. She has collaborated with quite a few distinguished Greek directors. Dimitra has been teaching acting since 1997. Since 2003, she has been operating and leading her own drama school called “Dilos”. She also oversees a small theatre at the school with same name as “Dilos.” Since 2005, she has been teaching “Directing Actors” in New York College. She has been bestowed numerous awards in her career.