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How Does Stimulus Difficulty Impact Study Time Allocation in Younger Adults?
We expect to find relationships between item-specific restudy time and (1) a person’s memory of their past test performance (a recollection of getting an answer correct or incorrect previously); (2) participants’ impressions ...
How Do Stimulus Difficulty and Amount of Delay Impact Judgments of Learning Made by Younger and Older Adults?
Learning is most effective when we monitor our progress and direct our efforts toward unlearned material. The concept of being aware of our learning is referred to as metacognition, and we are interested in what causes a ...
Younger and Older Adult Perceptions of Health-Related Risk
Older adults (OA) are more likely to experience hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and cardiovascular disease than are younger adults (YA). Likewise, older persons also often engage in more health preservation efforts ...