Young and older adults' beliefs about effective ways to mitigate age-related memory decline.


This study investigated whether young and older adults vary in their beliefs about the impact of various mitigating factors on age-related memory decline. Eighty young (ages 18-23) and 80 older (ages 60-82) participants reported their beliefs about their own memory abilities and the strategies that they use in their everyday lives to attempt to control… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0026088

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