Performance of individuals with severe long-term traumatic brain injury on time-, event-, and activity-based prospective memory tasks.

@article{Shum1999PerformanceOI,
  title={Performance of individuals with severe long-term traumatic brain injury on time-, event-, and activity-based prospective memory tasks.},
  author={David H K Shum and Malcolm Valentine and Tim R. H. Cutmore},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={1999},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={
          49-58
        }
}
This study investigated the effect of traumatic brain injury (TBI) on time-, event-, and activity-based prospective memory using a laboratory paradigm developed in the literature on ageing (Einstein, McDaniel, Richardson, Guynn, & Cunfer, 1995). The participants were 12 individuals with severe long-term TBI and 12 community controls. Participants were asked to answer general-knowledge questions on a computer for two sessions. The time- and event-based tasks were embedded in this filler activity… CONTINUE READING
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