|This study seeks to improve prospective memory (PM), or “remembering to remember," a distinct aspect of memory that has been demonstrated to be heavily indicative of a variety of tasks of everyday functioning, including independence in activities of daily living, employment, medication adherence, and quality of life.|
- Individuals aged 18-64.
- Diagnosis of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
- Able to read and speak English fluently.
Traumatic Brain Injury