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Everyday memory errors in healthy adults across the lifespan: An e-Survey

28 August 2020

Have you ever thought about how often do you forget things in everyday life, especially in comparison to your friends and people in other age groups?
No matter how good your memory is, you may forget something or make errors when carrying out your daily tasks. Such errors are mostly dismissed as a nuisance, but they can occasionally be frustrating or even have negative consequences (e.g., a missed appointment).
The aim of this new study is to explore the frequency of different memory errors acro


  • A person aged 18 and over with no upper age limit
  • Sufficient English language

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Ethical approval

This study has received ethical approval from the University of Hertfordshire ethics committee on May 28th 2020 . Protocol Number: LMS/PGT/UH//04180

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