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Predictors of Subjective Memory in Older Adults
The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
Memory complaints by healthy older people usually show little relation to objective memory performance. If subjective memory evaluations are not driven by actual memory problems, what is the cause of these complaints? Correlations of an objective measure of memory as well as measures of personality, emotional distress, and health with subjective memory evaluations were examined in 283 community-dwelling people aged 45 to 94 years. Stepwise regression analysis revealed that a combination ofdoi:10.1093/geronb/59.1.p4 pmid:14722332 fatcat:376xbmyysjclzawz2qymff5psi