Smoking and everyday prospective memory: a comparison of self-report and objective methodologies.

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AIMS To examine whether persistent smoking leads to impairments in self-reported and objective measures of prospective memory (PM: the cognitive ability to remember to carry out activities at some future point in time). METHODS An opportunity sample of 18 existing smokers and 22 who had never smoked were compared. An existing-groups design was utilised… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2010.06.012

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