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The Prospective and Retrospective Memory Questionnaire (PRMQ): Normative data and latent structure in a large non-clinical sample
The Prospective and Retrospective Memory Questionnaire (PRMQ; Smith, Della Sala, Logie, & Maylor, 2000) was developed to provide a self-report measure of prospective and retrospective memory slips inExpand
Prospective and retrospective memory in normal ageing and dementia: A questionnaire study
Frequency of prospective memory and retrospective memory failures was rated on a 16-item questionnaire by 862 volunteers, from five groups: patients with Alzheimer Disease (rated by carers), carersExpand
Age differences in postural stability are increased by additional cognitive demands.
  • E. Maylor, A. Wing
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The journals of gerontology. Series B…
  • 1 May 1996
We report an investigation of postural stability in two groups of volunteers (mean ages of 57 and 77). Participants were required to stand on a force platform while performing five cognitive tasks:Expand
Does performance on theory of mind tasks decline in old age?
In the first reported study of theory of mind (ToM; the ability to attribute mental states) in old age, Happe, Winner, and Brownell (1998) observed better performance on ToM tasks in olderExpand
The influence of perceptual load on age differences in selective attention.
The effect of perceptual load on age differences in visual selective attention was examined in 2 studies. In Experiment 1, younger and older adults made speeded choice responses indicating which of 2Expand
Developmental changes in time estimation: comparing childhood and old age.
Participants from ages 5 to 99 years completed 2 time estimation tasks: a temporal generalization task and a temporal bisection task. Developmental differences in overall levels of performance wereExpand
Inhibitory component of externally controlled covert orienting in visual space.
  • E. Maylor, R. Hockey
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. Human…
  • 1 December 1985
Four experiments are reported that investigate an inhibitory effect associated with externally controlled orienting and first identified by Posner and Cohen (1980, 1984). The effect takes the form ofExpand
Age-related impairment in an event-based prospective-memory task.
  • E. Maylor
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychology and aging
  • 1 March 1996
Slides of famous people were presented to participants with the instructions to name each face and circle the trial number if the person was wearing glasses (prospective-memory target event).Expand
Components of orienting in visual space
Experiments were conducted to investigate the alignment of attention with a location in visual space as the result of either an internal search plan or an external stimulus event; namely internally-Expand
Age and Prospective Memory
  • E. Maylor
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology…
  • 1 August 1990
This paper reports an investigation into the effects of age, intelligence, and retrospective memory on performance in a prospective memory task in which subjects aged between 52 and 95 were requiredExpand