Self-Report and Tests of Memory Aging

@article{Riege1983SelfReportAT,
  title={Self-Report and Tests of Memory Aging},
  author={W. Riege},
  journal={Clinical Gerontologist},
  year={1983},
  volume={12},
  pages={23-36}
}
  • W. Riege
  • Published 1983
  • Psychology
  • Clinical Gerontologist
  • Memory complaints have not correlated well with tests of memory. However, given self-report questions, which tap processes of everyday remembering. sixty volunteers aged 21-84 years adequately rated their memory competence. Categorized into four memory processes, self-report and six tests of verbal, faces, story and nonverbal auditory, visual, and tactual memory ,were canonically correlated (r = 0.67) and both sets of measures declined with age in parallel. Thc old were more accurate than the… CONTINUE READING
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