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Strategic and automatic processes in prospective memory retrieval: a multiprocess framework
Prospective memory situations involve forming intentions and then realizing those intentions at some appropriate time in the future. An interesting feature of most prospective remembering is that
Normal aging and prospective memory.
A laboratory paradigm for studying prospective memory is developed and whether or not this type of memory is especially difficult for the elderly is examined and the experiments showed that external aids and unfamiliar target events benefit prospective memory performance.
Multiple processes in prospective memory retrieval: factors determining monitoring versus spontaneous retrieval.
The results supported the multiprocess theory that (a) spontaneous retrieval can occur and can support good prospective memory and (b) depending on task demands and individual differences, people rely to different degrees on monitoring versus spontaneous retrieval for prospective remembering.
Prospective Memory: An Overview and Synthesis of an Emerging Field
1. Prospective Memory: A New Research Enterprise What is a Prospective Memory Task? Scientific Study of Prospective Memory 2. Monitoring in Prospective Memory Attentional Monitoring Preparatory
Learning Styles
It is concluded that at present, there is no adequate evidence base to justify incorporating learning-styles assessments into general educational practice and limited education resources would better be devoted to adopting other educational practices that have a strong evidence base.
The formation of flashbulb memories
A causal analysis of secondary variables showed that the formation of FB memories was primarily associated with the level of importance attached to the event and level of affective response to the news.
Aging and prospective memory: examining the influences of self-initiated retrieval processes.
The results suggest that self-initiated retrieval processes are an important component of age-related differences across both retrospective and prospective memory tasks.
Organizing Instruction and Study to Improve Student Learning. IES Practice Guide. NCER 2007-2004.
This practice guide should be used as a tool to assist in decision-making rather than as a " cookbook".
The Enigma of Organization and Distinctiveness
Abstract The concepts of organization and distinctiveness are considered important to memory. Yet, examination of research related to these concepts reveals conceptual inconsistency and confusion. We