The aim of this study was to investigate the role of global/local processing style, field-(in)dependence, and personality disorder traits in event-based prospective memory performance. One hundred and fifty participants took part in an experiment, where they were administered a computerized version of Navon’s global–local task. The PM task required participants to press a designated key whenever a blue compound stimulus was presented. Participants were then administered measures of field-(in)dependence and personality disorder traits. Data were submitted to logistic regression and hierarchical regression, separately for the two conditions (global/local). Results indicated that with respect to condition, global/local processing style, field-(in)dependence, and specific personality disorder traits differently affect PM performance.

The role of visual perceptual style and personality disorder traits in event-based prospective memory

NIGRO, Giovanna;D'OLIMPIO, Francesca;COSENZA, Marina
2012

Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate the role of global/local processing style, field-(in)dependence, and personality disorder traits in event-based prospective memory performance. One hundred and fifty participants took part in an experiment, where they were administered a computerized version of Navon’s global–local task. The PM task required participants to press a designated key whenever a blue compound stimulus was presented. Participants were then administered measures of field-(in)dependence and personality disorder traits. Data were submitted to logistic regression and hierarchical regression, separately for the two conditions (global/local). Results indicated that with respect to condition, global/local processing style, field-(in)dependence, and specific personality disorder traits differently affect PM performance.
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