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UC Merced Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society Title Prospective Memory Tasks in Aviation: Effects of Age and Working Memory Prospective Memory Tasks in Aviation: Effects of Age and Working Memory
Prospective memory is the ability to remember to perform acts in the future. Prospective memory is essential in the aviation domain because it supports a range of tasks including remembering to complete critical radio communications. A wide variety of literature reports that in the laboratory younger adults outperform older adults on many prospective memory tasks. In naturalistic settings however, older adults perform as well as or better than younger adults. It is suggested that lower workingfatcat:ulmzxpoapral7n2rb7f5utn4z4