Prospective Memory & External Clock Manipulation

The present dataset comprises the data used for the paper called "The role of internal time processing in time monitoring and time-based prospective memory: Evidence from external clock manipulation" (current status: under review; Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition). In this study, we investigated whether a manipulation of the external time affected time monitoring and time-based prospective memory (TBPM) performance in a sample of young adults (age range: 18 - 35). Participants performed two identical TBPM tasks: a baseline TBPM block with no clock speed manipulation followed by a second experimental TBPM block, where the clock speed was manipulated in three conditions: faster versus slower versus external-regular clock. Regardless of the condition, the actual digits displayed on the clock did not change in both baseline and experimental TBPM blocks (the tasks appeared to have the same duration).

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    CIGEV
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    Dataset
    DOI
    10.26037/yareta:rvkuh5kqcndcbnwvqexexh5dby
    License
    Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
    Keywords
    prospective, memory, , time, monitoring, , time, estimation, , time, passage, , external, clock, speed
Publication date13/12/2021
Retention date11/12/2031
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Contributors
  • Laera, Gianvito orcid
  • Mioni, Giovanna orcid
  • Vanneste, Sandrine
  • Bisiacchi, Patrizia Silvia orcid
  • Hering, Alexandra orcid
  • Kliegel, Matthias orcid
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