Priming Older Adults and People with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease Problem-solving with False Memories
These data are from two Experiments investigating whether older adult controls (OACs) and people with mild and moderate Alzheimer’s disease (AD) benefit from false memory priming effects in subsequent problem-solving tasks. In addition, we examined latency measures in the recognition phase. The data are responses to a recognition task and then a subsequent problem solving task (CRAT task Experiment 1 and Analogical Problem Solving task Experiment 2). Details of the task are provided in DRM and CRAT lists for Experiment 1.pdf and Analogies and DRM lists for Experiment 2.pdf.