Adult age differences in long-term memory for performed activities.

@article{Earles1994AdultAD,
  title={Adult age differences in long-term memory for performed activities.},
  author={Julie L. Earles and V E Coon},
  journal={Journal of gerontology},
  year={1994},
  volume={49 1},
  pages={P32-4}
}
Participants in two studies conducted by Salthouse (in press) were called 2 to 182 days after participation and asked to describe the activities that they had performed in the previous study. Hierarchical regression analyses were used to examine the prediction of activity recall from age, speed, and retention interval. Overall, age was associated with 20% of the variance in activity recall, and retention interval was associated with 19%, but there was no significant interaction of age and… CONTINUE READING