Data for Experiments 1-3: Differences in time-based task characteristics help to explain the age-prospective memory paradox

Published: 03-04-2020| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/8m84swkfyp.3
Contributors:
Simon Haines,
Susan Randall,
Gill Terrett,
Lucy Busija,
Gemma Tatangelo,
Skye McLennan,
Nathan Rose,
Matthias Kliegel,
Julie Henry,
Peter Rendell

Description

The data supporting all analyses presented in the results of each experiment for manuscript "Differences in time-based task characteristics help to explain the age-prospective memory paradox" (Accepted for publication in Cognition on 31st March, 2020) are provided here as supplementary online material. For each experiment, we provide each participant’s demographic data; proportion correct score for event, time-of-day, and time-interval cued tasks for each setting (i.e., Virtual Week and MEMO); and contextual data (MEMO). The contextual data for Experiment 1 includes reported location and activity; for Experiment 2 and 3: location, activity, and retrospective memory test (recognition of quiz type). Note: odd quiz numbers (e.g., “quiz 1.1”; day 1 quiz 1] are always time-of-day quizzes; and even quiz numbers (e.g., “quiz 1.2”; day 1 quiz 2) are always time-interval quizzes.

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