Johanna Vandersee's research while affiliated with The University of Queensland and other places

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The current study explored under what conditions young children would set reminders to aid their memory for delayed intentions. A computerized task requiring participants to carry out delayed intentions under varying levels of cognitive load was presented to 63 children (aged between 6.9 and 13.0 years old). Children of all ages demonstrated metaco...
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The current study explored under what conditions young children would set reminders to aid their memory for delayed intentions. A computerized task requiring participants to carry out delayed intentions under varying levels of cognitive load was presented to 63 children (aged between 6.9 and 13.0 years old). Children of all ages demonstrated metaco...
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The current study explored under what conditions young children would set reminders to aid their memory for delayed intentions. A computerized task requiring participants to carry out delayed intentions under varying levels of cognitive load was presented to 63 children (aged between 6.9 and 13.0 years old). Children of all ages demonstrated metaco...

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... When and how do children develop the ability to supplement their brain-based cognitive processes with external reminders? Redshaw et al. (2018) investigated this question in children aged approximately 7-13 years, using an intention offloading task similar to that of Gilbert (2015a) administered with a touchscreen tablet computer. As in Gilbert (2015b), the task was performed in two phases, first using unaided memory and second with the option to set reminders. ...