Remembering to do something at a particular time or in particular circumstances is called
A) terminal decline.
B) prospective memory.
C) the social clock.
D) working memory.
Twenty-year-olds would most likely outperform 60-year-olds on an art history exam in which they were asked to
A) list as many famous artists as possible.
B) match paintings with famous painters.
C) pick an artist's country of birth from a list of four possibilities.
D) respond to true-false statements regarding important events in artists' lives.
The differences among adults' abilities to learn and remember are greatest among those in their
In recall and recognition tests of memory for recently learned material,older adults are more likely than young adults to have difficulty
A) recalling meaningful material.
B) recognizing meaningful material.
C) recalling meaningless material.
D) recognizing meaningless material.