Age-related declines in prospective memory: behavioral and electrophysiological evidence.

Abstract

Prospective remembering reflects the ability of an individual to form and later realize intentions that must be delayed over minutes, hours, or days. A substantial body of literature, primarily based upon the findings of behavioral studies, indicates that there are robust declines in the efficiency of prospective remembering in later adulthood. However, the… (More)

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