Hey buddy, why don’t we take it outside: An experience sampling study of prospective memory

@article{Anderson2019HeyBW,
  title={Hey buddy, why don’t we take it outside: An experience sampling study of prospective memory},
  author={Francis T Anderson and Mark A. Mcdaniel},
  journal={Memory & Cognition},
  year={2019},
  volume={47},
  pages={47-62}
}
Relatively little research has focused on how prospective memory (PM) operates outside of the laboratory, partially due to the methodological problems presented by naturalistic memory research in general and by the unique challenges of PM in particular. Experience sampling methods (ESM) offer a fruitful avenue for this type of research, as recent work from Gardner and Ascoli (Psychology and Aging, 30, 209-219, 2015) has shown. They found that people thought about PM around 15% of the time, and… CONTINUE READING
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