The Knowledge of Memory and Aging Questionnaire (KMAQ) is a 28 Item true/false measure to determine participants’ knowledge of normal aging memory and pathological memory changes.
Cherry, K. E., Brigman, S., Reese-Melancon, C. M., Burton-Chase, A, & Holland, K. (2013). Memory aging knowledge and memory self-appraisal in younger and older adults. Educational Gerontology, 39, 168-178. Download pdf
Cherry, K. E.,Brigman, S., Hawley, K. S., & Reese, C. M. (2003). The Knowledge of Memory Aging Questionnaire: Effects of adding a “don’t know” response option.Educational Gerontology, 29, 427-446. Download pdf
Jackson,E.M.,Cherry, K. E.,Smitherman, E. A. & Hawley, K. S. (2008). Knowledge of memory and aging and Alzheimer’s disease in college students and mental health professionals. Aging and Mental Health, 12 (2),258-266. Download pdf
The Relating to Older People Evaluation (ROPE) is a 20 item questionnaire that addresses positive and negative ageist behaviors and is used as a self-report measure of ageism.
Cherry, K. E.& Palmore, E.B. (2008). The relating to older people evaluation (ROPE): A measure of self-reported ageism.Educational Gerontology, 34,849-861.Download pdf