Is time-based prospective remembering mediated by self-initiated rehearsals? Role of incidental cues, ongoing activity, age, and motivation.

@article{Kvavilashvili2007IsTP,
  title={Is time-based prospective remembering mediated by self-initiated rehearsals? Role of incidental cues, ongoing activity, age, and motivation.},
  author={Lia Kvavilashvili and Laura Fisher},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2007},
  volume={136 1},
  pages={112-32}
}
The present research examined self-reported rehearsal processes in naturalistic time-based prospective memory tasks (Study 1 and 2) and compared them with the processes in event-based tasks (Study 3). Participants had to remember to phone the experimenter either at a prearranged time (a time-based task) or after receiving a certain text message (an event-based task) and record the details of occasions when they thought about this intention during a 7-day delay interval. The rehearsal and… CONTINUE READING
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