Ph.D. Theses Currently Conducted in the Lab

Kaja Szarras

Encoding of intentions and the effectiveness of prospective memory: The role of implementation intentions

Elżbieta Ślusarczyk

The development of prospective memory in preschoolers: Strategic versus automatic processes

Marta Riess

Metacognitive knowledge in teachers and its relationship with teaching methods

Maria Wójcik

Factors influencing everyday prospective memory performance in early and middle adulthood

Ewa Skopicz-Radkiewicz

Distortions of autobiographical memories: The role of metacognitive control

M.A. Theses Currently Conducted in the Lab

Years 2017 - 2019

Sabina Biela: The relationship between past and future autobiographical events related to success and failure

Klaudia Głowacka: Gender differences in memories of relational and individual successes

Sabina Hajdas: The relationship between parental attitudes and prospective memory in preschoolers

Piotr Kotkowski: The relationship between the self-concept clarity and the characteristics of self-defining memories

Józefina Sołga: Everyday memory errors and the strategies of memory enhancement in more and less active older adults

Patrycja Zagaja: Gender differences in everyday memory errors in middle adulthood

Monika Zielińska: The role of gender and partnership in prospective memory performance in middle adulthood

Magdalena Żołnierz: Everyday memory errors and the strategies of memory enhancement in young-old and old-old adults