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Scientific data of the Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC): Memory development

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Schneider, Wolfgang
Sodian, Beate
Knopf, Monika
Weber, Angelika

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Title Scientific data of the Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC): Memory development
Original Title Forschungsdaten der Mnchner Longitudinalstudie zur Genese individueller Kompetenzen (LOGIK): Die Entwicklung des Gedchtnisses
Citation Schneider, W., Sodian, B., Knopf, M., & Weber, A. (2014). Scientific data of the Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC): Memory development [Translated Title] (Version 1) [Files on CD-ROM]. Trier: Center for Research Data in Psychology: PsychData of the Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information ZPID. https://doi.org/10.5160/psychdata.kfma05lo30
Language of variable documentation German/English
Responsible for Data Collection Max-Planck-Institut fr psychologische Forschung; Weinert, Franz; Schneider, Wolfgang
Data Collection Completion Date 2005
Dataset Publication 2014
Dataset ID kfma05lo30
Study Description The Munich "Longitudinal Study of the Genesis of Individual Competencies" (LOGIC) is a comprehensive examination of the differential description of developmental trajectories of cognitive skills and personality characteristics. It also describes individual differences in development due to the influence of varying school and classroom conditions. The changing state of the development of intelligence, psychomotor behavior, thinking, memory, school knowledge, motivation, personal characteristics, social skills and preferences, and moral reasoning and action were regularly reported. Beginning in 1984, 9 annual survey waves were carried out encompassing 3 points of measurement each. 205 children (aged 4 years and older) from 20 different kindergartens in Munich and from the Frstenfeldbruck area were examined. In 1997-1998, a follow-up study (wave 10) was conducted with the now 18-year-old subjects. The most recent survey (wave 11) took place in 2003-2005. For this wave, 153 subjects (74.6%) of the initial sample could be obtained. The entire study thus extends over an age range from preschool age to young adulthood (Schneider & Bullock, 2009, Weinert & Schneider, 1999).

The development of memory components was investigated at the ages of 4-12, 18, and 23 years. Main focus of the study was: (1) the development of memory capacity, (2) the development of strategic memory, (3) text memory, (4) autobiographical memory.
Results showed a slow and steady increase in memory capacity reaching its peak at the ages of 18 to 23 years. No linear increase could be demonstrated in memory strategy use, individual analyses rather showed qualitative leaps in the developmental course of strategic memory. The stability of interindividual differences across age was high. Intercorrelations among the memory components were of only moderate size at the start of the study and did not notably change over the course of the project (Knopf, Schneider, Sodian & Kolling, 2008, Schneider, Hasselhorn & Krkel, 2003, Sodian & Schneider, 1999).
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Keyphrase longitudinal study on genesis of individual competencies, about 200 children aged 4-23 years, memory development from preschool age till young adulthood, memory capacity & recall performance & metamemory & strategy acquisition & text memory & autobiographical memory, developmental course & stability of individual differences, scientific data
Funding Max Planck Society; Volkswagen Foundation; Jacobs Foundation
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PSYNDEX Classification and Controlled Terms

Classification Learning & Memory
Cognitive & Perceptual Development
Controlled Terms Childhood Development
Adolescent Development
Adult Development
Memory
Recall (Learning)
Strategies
Metacognition
Data Collection

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Research Method Description

Research Method Description Questionnaire Data
Classification of Data Collection Questionnaire Data: Fully Standardized Survey Instrument; Experimental Data: Laboratory Experiment
Research Instrument Memory capacity was tested using tasks for word and sentence memory (cf. Schneider, Knopf & Sodian, 2009). During the word and sentence span tasks, words and short phrases were presented and had to be repeated in the correct order. The number of words/sentences was continually increased until the working memorys capacity limit was reached and the words/sentences could hardly be repeated any more. The number of words/sentences that were just barely able to be repeated correctly was considered memory span. The sentence span task was performed at ages 6, 7, 8, 10, 18 and 23 years. The word span task was used at ages 4, 6, 7, 8 and 11 years.

Modeled after a procedure from Fox and Routh (1976, 1984), a pair association task was performed. The subjects had to memorize the names of letter-like symbols and were then tested. The symbol names were repeated once again if the allocation was false or missing. The subjects received a total of 6 attempts, during which the order of the symbols was varied randomly. If two symbols in a row were allocated correctly, the attempt was discontinued early. The pair association task was used at ages 6, 7, 8 and 11 years.

To assess strategic, conscious learning and memory of categorizing terms, a sort-recall task was used. A large number of pictures on cards were to be memorized in a short time and then recalled as completely as possible. The objects on the cards could be sorted using categories (e.g. colour, furniture etc.) Strategies relevant to memory such as organizing (clustering) the items during the learning phase and during recall from long-term memory were assessed. The sort-recall task was performed at ages 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 18 and 23 years.

Relationships between meta-memory and memory were studied in two experiments. Both experiments are based on a concealment task for which retrieval cues can be used. These retrieval-cue tasks with meta-memory were investigated at 5 and 7 years (Schneider & Sodian, 1988).
To assess knowledge about the usefulness of retrieval cues, an interview from C. Beal (1985) was used at ages 7 and 9 years.

Autobiographical Memory and Text Memory
To assess autobiographical memory, interview questions about standardized events were asked in waves 1 to 9 (each adapted for age). These were staged events in kindergarten, visits at the Max Planck Institute and film events. To assess text memory, different stories were presented and then remembered freely as well as possible. The datasets on autobiographical and text memory are still being processed and will be made available as soon as possible.
Data Collection Method Data collection in the presence of an experimenter
- Individual Administration
- Paper and Pencil
- Photographs, Video and Audio Recordings
- reaction time
Time Points repeated measurements
Survey Time Period 1st wave: 1984 - 1985
2nd wave: 1985 - 1986
3rd wave: 1986 - 1987
4th wave: 1987 - 1988
5th wave: 1988 - 1989
6th wave: 1989 - 1990
7th wave: 1990 - 1991
8th wave: 1991 - 1992
9th wave: 1992 - 1993
10th wave: 1997 - 1998
11th wave: 2003 - 2005
Characteristics -
Population Children
Experimental Pool Individuals
Sample Selection of 20 kindergartens in Greater Munich and in the Frstenfeldbruck area (near Munich), that corresponded to socio-economic criteria of (West) Germanys general population in the year 1984. After information sessions at each of the facilities, 205 children were recruited. After the first assessment year (wave 1) approx. another 20 children were recruited.
Subject Recruitment Personal contact to parents and subjects through psychological-technical assistants over the course of 20 years. Small gifts on special occasions. Yearly Christmas and birthday greetings with individually selected post cards. Individual aptitude tests for schooling and career paths as well as general counselling offered and performed by academic staff. Publication of a newsletter for the sample in the early assessment waves. Festive completion event in 1993 with gifts. Copy of the book Development in Childhood sent free of charge. During waves 10 and 11, subject compensation and offer of comparative performance evaluation.
Sample Size 205 individuales (wave 1)
Return/Drop Out After a drop out of 13 children in wave 2, a further 25 children were recruited, resulting in the following sample sizes for the further waves: 217 in wave 2; 213 in wave 3; 204 in wave 4; 200 in wave 5; 195 in wave 6; 194 in wave 7; 189 in wave 8; 186 in wave 9; 176 in wave 10 and still 153 subjects in wave 11.
The response rate was 74.6% in wave 11. The data on sample sizes refer to the entire LOGIC study. The number of subjects may vary between each of the single assessments.
Gender Distribution 1st wave: 49% female subjects (n=100); 51% male subjects (n=105)
2nd wave: 48% female subjects (n=104); 52% male subjects (n=113)
3rd wave: 48% female subjects (n=102); 52% male subjects (n=111)
4th wave: 49% female subjects (n=98); 51% male subjects (n=105)
5th wave: 48% female subjects (n=96); 52% male subjects (n=104)
6th wave: 48% female subjects (n=93); 52% male subjects (n=100)
7th wave: 48% female subjects (n=93); 52% male subjects (n=101)
8th wave: 47% female subjects (n=89); 53% male subjects (n=100)
9th wave: 47% female subjects (n=87); 53% male subjects (n=99)
10th wave: 47% female subjects (n=81); 53% male subjects (n=93)
Age Distribution 4 - 12 years (wave 1 - 9); 18 years (wave 10); 23 years (wave 11)
Special Groups -
Country Germany
Region Bavaria
City Munich
Variables information forthcoming

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Data Status

Data Status Data Set Excerpt
Original Records Questionnaire filled out by either the subject or the experimenter containing closed and/or open answers , video recordings
Transformation Data from the subjects were coded and then immediately transferred into a machine-readable form .

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Description of the Provided Data

Description Research data of the pair association task, 3rd wave, 3rd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w3_fd11.txt
Data Content 213 subjects, 19 variables
Data Points 213*19=4,047 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), correct associations, attempts 1-6 (6), trial number of 1. time best (2x) score shown (1), trial number of 2. time best (2x) score shown (1), best score achieved 2x (1), sum of all correct associations (1), errors, attempts 1-6 (6), sum of all errors (1)
MD5 Hash 965649ca65d13d48aef35d584e897533
  
Description Research data of the Sentence Span Task, 3rd wave, 3rd measurement point
File Name kfma05lo30_w3_fd1.txt
Data Content 208 subjects, 13 variables
Data Points 208*13=2,704 data points
Variables subject's ID (1), experimenter's ID (1), rank (1), number of correct sentences per set (4), number of correct words per set (4), total number of correct sentences (1), total number of correct words (1)
MD5 Hash 362f0aefea1e5366f6e6e6ab9398cdfa
  
Description Research data of the Sentence Span Task, 4th wave, 1. measurement point
File Name kfma05lo30_w4_fd2.txt
Data Content 202 subjects, 13 variables
Data Points 202*13=2,626 data points
Variables subject's ID (1), experimenter's ID (1), rank (1), number of correct sentences per set (4), number of correct words per set (4), total number of correct sentences (1), total number of correct words (1)
MD5 Hash fe39fac8573212e3626876446db2053b
  
Description Research data of the Sentence Span Task, 5th wave, 3rd measurement point
File Name kfma05lo30_w5_fd3.txt
Data Content 196 subjects, 13 variables
Data Points 196*13=2,548 data points
Variables subject's ID (1), experimenter's ID (1), rank (1), number of correct sentences per set (4), number of correct words per set (4), total number of correct sentences (1), total number of correct words (1)
MD5 Hash 9817afed3b69ac539b9aee102dfea62f
  
Description Research data of the Sentence Span Task, 7th wave, 1st measurement point
File Name kfma05lo30_w7_fd4.txt
Data Content 193 subjects, 13 variables
Data Points 193*13=2,509 data points
Variables subject's ID (1), experimenter's ID (1), rank (1), number of correct sentences per set (4), number of correct words per set (4), total number of correct sentences (1), total number of correct words (1)
MD5 Hash c976dcaa7a1fccf6cf6a1f1ca4dafe3b
  
Description Research data of the Sentence Span Task, 10th wave, 1st measurement point
File Name kfma05lo30_w10_fd5.txt
Data Content 174 subjects, 15 variables
Data Points 174*15=2,610 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), rank (1), number of correct sentences per set (5), number of correct words per set (5), total number of correct sentences (1), total number of correct words (1)
MD5 Hash 4719343f9ef4ac18fd6e6ef1397982eb
  
Description Research data of the Sentence Span Task, 11th wave
File Name kfma05lo30_w11_fd26.txt
Data Content 151 subjects, 15 variables
Data Points 151*15=2,265 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), rank (1), number of correct sentences per set (5), number of correct words per set (5), total number of correct sentences (1), total number of correct words (1)
MD5 Hash 0fb02de981ebda18f12721470a157a4a
  
Description Research data of the Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w3_fd18.txt
Data Content 210 subjects, 39 variables
Data Points 210*39=8,190 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash 1c168c680c272d2b61f1bea185810e6b
  
Description Research data of the Sort Recall Task with Metamemory, 1st wave, 2nd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w1_fd17.txt
Data Content 172 subjects, 39 variables
Data Points 172*39=6,708 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), version (game or sort) (1), sorting phase (4), additional strategy (1), Free Recall: repetitions (2), Free-Recall: Items correctly (8), Free-Recall: sum (3), Free Recall: categories/colors (2), Cued-Recall (2), Total Recall (1), controll questions (2). Metamemory: Rank (4), Metamemory: Reasons (2), Color: clustering during recall (1), Category: clustering during recall (1), Color: sorting during study (1), Category: sorting during study (1), Metamemory: preference for conceptual clustering (1)
MD5 Hash 0c87dea0f154738c02e2e421d0aa298c
  
Description Research data of the Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 5th wave, 3rd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w5_fd19.txt
Data Content 196 subjects, 15 variables
Data Points 196*15=2,940 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash ac522d50ebf814a2664f2ff5c1d828ec
  
Description Research data of the Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 7th wave, 1st measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w7_fd20.txt
Data Content 193 subjects, 14 variables
Data Points 193*14=2,702 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash 3345ecb34488621848d8240e8c607aac
  
Description Research data of the Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 9th wave, 2nd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w9_fd21.txt
Data Content 186 subjects, 14 variables
Data Points 186*14=2,604 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash 3db936d9ab05f4d2e4abdbf246632409
  
Description Research data of the Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 10th wave, 1st measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w10_fd22.txt
Data Content 174 subjects, 22 variables
Data Points 174*22=3,828 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash 375e67efffd09eef20f59f0964035498
  
Description Research data of the Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 11th wave, 1st measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w11_fd23.txt
Data Content 153 subjects, 12 variables
Data Points 153*12=1,836 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash eb8aa18b8070ac6d61bba0490af9adcd
  
Description Research data of the Retrieval-Cue-Task with metamemory, 2nd wave, 2nd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w2_fd24.txt
Data Content 213 subjects, 90 variables
Data Points 213*90=19,170 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash 656877b333a924b5cff9d6fad7d625c9
  
Description Research data of the Retrieval-Cue-Task with metamemory, 4th wave, 3rd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w4_fd25.txt
Data Content 196 subjects, 100 variables
Data Points 196*100=19,600 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash e0ecc79a14bd65b85790831a54f40c7b
  
Description Research data of the Retrieval-Cue Interview according to Beal (1985), 4th wave, 3rd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w4_fd15.txt
Data Content 196 subjects, 16 variables
Data Points 196*16=3,136 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), Associated cue question (2), Nonambiquous cue question (2), Detailed cue question (2), Visible cue question (2), Noticeable cue question (2), Cue encounter question (2), Retrieval cue knowledge (2)
MD5 Hash 4a70513f96f2610b397abe48ad4c59e0
  
Description Research data of the Retrieval-Cue Interview according to Beal (1985), 6th wave, 2nd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w6_fd16.txt
Data Content 191 subjects, 16 variables
Data Points 191*16=3,056 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), Associated cue question (2), Nonambiguous cue question (2), Detailed cue question (2), Visible cue question (2), Noticeable cue question (2), Cue encounter question (2), Retrieval cue knowledge (2)
MD5 Hash 955d67a4b21248a789421af23615829e
  
Description Research data of the pair association task, 5th wave, 1st measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w5_fd13.txt
Data Content 199 subjects, 23 variables
Data Points 199*23=4,577 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), correct associations, attempts 1-8 (8), trial number of 1. time best (2x) score shown (1), trial number of 2. time best (2x) score shown (1), best score achieved 2x (1), sum of all correct associations (1), errors, attempts 1-8 (8), sum of all errors (1)
MD5 Hash da6b58fc6acacdb606d02f32da04d8b4
  
Description Research data of the pair association task, 4th wave, 1st measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w4_fd12.txt
Data Content 202 subjects, 23 variables
Data Points 202*23=4,646 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), correct associations, attempts 1-8 (8), trial number of 1. time best (2x) score shown (1), trial number of 2. time best (2x) score shown (1), best score achieved 2x (1), sum of all correct associations (1), errors, attempts 1-8 (8), sum of all errors (1)
MD5 Hash e87ee632ea8a045980ff9a9d75925f05
  
Description Research data of the pair association task, 8th wave, 2nd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w8_fd14.txt
Data Content 188 subjects, 23 variables
Data Points 188*23=4,324 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), correct associations, attempts 1-8 (8), trial number of 1. time best (2x) score shown (1), trial number of 2. time best (2x) score shown (1), best score achieved 2x (1), sum of all correct associations (1), errors, attempts 1-8 (8), sum of all errors (1)
MD5 Hash 680af2a4c00b4c2545755ee98985787a
  
Description Research data of the Wordspan task, 4th wave, 2nd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w4_fd8.txt
Data Content 203 subjects, 5 variables
Data Points 203*5=1,015 data points
Variables subject ID (1), experimenter ID (1), Number of correct naming - 2 item condition (1), Number of correct naming - 3 item condition (1), Number of correct naming - 4 item condition (1)
MD5 Hash 9e6c3f445a3954647827739f7a73237c
  
Description Research data of the Wordspan task, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w3_fd7.txt
Data Content 208 subjects, 28 variables
Data Points 208*28=5,824 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash 0eee0da63cdb2735f639eb05fbeee3af
  
Description Research data of the Word span task, 5th wave, 1st measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w5_fd9.txt
Data Content 197 subjects, 28 variables
Data Points 197*28=5,516 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash fb626c758efc51153890a58ad92eb811
  
Description Research data of the Word span task, 8th wave, 3rd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w8_fd10.txt
Data Content 187 subjects, 28 variables
Data Points 187*28=5,236 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash efd1b956052e98ae7acd97defca6f314
  
Description Research data of the Wordspan task, 1st wave, 2nd measurement
File Name kfma05lo30_w1_fd6.txt
Data Content 163 subjects, 27 variables
Data Points 163*27= 4,401 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash afbbacd6034add84f06bd05d000af7df
  
Description Research data of subject information, wave 1-10
File Name wtfz05lo30_w1-10_fd1.txt
Data Content 265 subjects, 52 variables
Data Points 265*52=13,780 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash 099b013c355e7fb927579fd7e07f9448
  
Description Research data of subject information, wave 11
File Name wtfz05lo30_w11_fd2.txt
Data Content 196 subjects, 7 variables
Data Points 196*7=1,372 data points
Variables -
MD5 Hash 37ea6ee0fb5317d435b04ab34ba5fa90
  

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Description of Additional Materials

Description File Name
German codebook of the research data kfma05lo30_w3_fd1.txt, Sentence Span Task, 3rd wave, 3rd measurement point kfma05lo30_w3_kb1.txt
German codebook of the research data kfma05lo30_w3_fd1.txt, Sentence Span Task, 4th wave, 1st measurement point kfma05lo30_w4_kb2.txt
German codebook of the research data kfma05lo30_w3_fd1.txt, Sentence Span Task, 4th wave, 1st measurement point kfma05lo30_w5_kb3.txt
German codebook of the research data kfma05lo30_w7_fd4.txt, Sentence Span Task, 7th wave, 1st measurement point kfma05lo30_w7_kb4.txt
German codebook of the research data kfma05lo30_w10_fd5.txt, Sentence Span Task, 10th wave, 1st measurement point kfma05lo30_w10_kb5.txt
German codebook of the research data kfma05lo30_w11_fd26.txt, Sentence Span Task, 11th wave kfma05lo30_w11_kb26.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w1_fd6.txt, wordspan task, 1st wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w1_kb6.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w3_fd7.txt, wordspan task, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w3_kb7.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w4_fd8.txt, wordspan task, 4th wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w4_kb8.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w5_fd9.txt, wordspan task, 5th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w5_kb9.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w8_fd10.txt, wordspan task, 8th wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w8_kb10.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w1_fd17.txt, Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 1st wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w1_kb17.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w3_fd18.txt, Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w3_kb18.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w5_fd19.txt, Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 5th wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w5_kb19.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w7_fd20.txt, Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 7th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w7_kb20.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w9_fd21.txt, Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 9th wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w9_kb21.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w10_fd22.txt, Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 10th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w10_kb22.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w11_fd23.txt, Sort-Recall-Task with Metamemory, 11th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w11_kb23.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w2_fd24.txt, Retrieval-Cue-Task with metamemory, 2nd wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w2_kb24.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w4_fd25.txt, Retrieval-Cue-Task with metamemory, 4th wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w4_kb25.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w4_fd15.txt, Retrieval-Cue Interview according to Beal (1985), 4th wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w4_kb15.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w4_fd15.txt, Retrieval-Cue Interview according to Beal (1985), 6th wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w6_kb16.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w3_fd11.txt, pair association task, 3rd wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w3_kb11.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w3_fd11.txt, pair association task, 4th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w4_kb12.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w5_fd13.txt, pair association task, 5th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w5_kb13.txt
German codebook of the research data file kfma05lo30_w8_fd14.txt, pair association task, 8th wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w8_kb14.txt
German codebook of research data wtfz05lo30_w1-10_fd1.txt, subject information, wave 1-10 wtfz05lo30_w1-10_kb1.txt
German codebook of research data wtfz05lo30_w11_fd2.txt, subject information, 11th wave wtfz05lo30_w11_kb2.txt
Concordance list of items of the sentence span task across the waves 3, 4, 5, 7, 10 and 11 kfma05lo30_w3w4w5w7w10w11_iz1.txt
Concordance list of items of Wordspan task (wave 1, 3, 4, 5 and 8) kfma05lo30_w1w3w4w5w8_iz2.txt
Concordance list of items of the sort-recall-task with metamemory across the waves 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10 and 11 kfma05lo30_w1w3w5w7w9w10w11_iz6.txt
Concordance list of items of the pair association task across the waves 3, 4, 5 and 8 kfma05lo30_w3w4w5w8_iz3.txt
Concordance list of items of the Retrieval-Cue-task with metamemory across the waves 2 and 4 kfma05lo30_w2w4_iz4.txt
Concordance list of items of the Retrieval-Cue Interview according to Beal (1985) across the waves 4 and 6 kfma05lo30_w4w6_iz5.txt
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Sentence Span Task, 3rd wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w3_in1.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Sentence Span Task, 4th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w4_in2.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Sentence Span Task, 5th wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w5_in3.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Sentence Span Task, 7th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w7_in4.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Sentence Span Task, 10th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w10_in5.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Wordspan task, 1. wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w1_in6.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Wordspan task, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w3_in7.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Wordspan task, 4th wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w4_in8.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Wordspan task, 5th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w5_in9.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Wordspan task, 8th wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w8_in10.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the pair association task, 3rd wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w3_in11.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the pair association task, 4th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w4_in12.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the pair association task, 5th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w5_in13.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the pair association task, 8th wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w8_in14.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of Sort-Recall-Task with metamemory, 1st wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w1_in17.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of Sort-Recall-Task with metamemory, 3rd wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w3_in18.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of Sort-Recall-Task with metamemory, 5th wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w5_in19.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of Sort-Recall-Task with metamemory, 7th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w7_in20.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of Sort-Recall-Task with metamemory, 9th wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w9_in21.pdf
Instructions and coding guideline of Sort-Recall-Task with metamemory, 10th wave, 1st measurement kfma05lo30_w10_in22.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of Retrieval-Cue-tasks with metamemory, 2nd wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w2_in24.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of Retrieval-Cue-tasks with metamemory, 4th wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w4_in25.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Retrieval-Cue-Task with metamemory, 4th wave, 3rd measurement kfma05lo30_w4_in15.pdf
Instructions and coding guidelines of the Retrieval-Cue-Task with metamemory, 6th wave, 2nd measurement kfma05lo30_w6_in16.pdf

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Publications Directly Related to the Dataset

Publications Directly Related to the Dataset
Knopf, M., & Schneider, W. (1998). Die Entwicklung des kindlichen Denkens und die Verbesserung der Lern- und Gedchtniskompetenzen. In F.E. Weinert (Hrsg.), Entwicklung im Kindesalter (S. 75-94). Weinheim: Beltz.Datensatz 0122280
Knopf, M., Schneider, W., Sodian, B., & Kolling, T. (2008). Entwicklung des Gedchtnisses vom frhen Kindergartenalter bis ins frhe Erwachsenenalter - Neue Erkenntnisse aus der LOGIK-Studie. In W. Schneider (Hrsg.), Entwicklung von der Kindheit bis zum Erwachsenenalter. Befunde der Mnchner Lngsschnittstudie LOGIK (S. 85-102). Weinheim: Beltz.Datensatz 0211369
Schneider, W., Hasselhorn, M., & Krkel, J. (2003). Entwicklung des Gedchtnisses und Metagedchtnisses im Kindes- und Jugendalter. In W. Schneider & M. Knopf (Hrsg.), Entwicklung, Lehren und Lernen. Zum Gedenken an Franz Emanuel Weinert (S. 15-34). Gttingen: Hogrefe.Datensatz 0163525
Schneider, W., Knopf, M., & Stefanek, J. (2002). The development of verbal memory in childhood and adolescence: Findings from the Munich Longitudinal Study. Journal of Educational Psychology, 94, 751-761.Datensatz 0159370
Schneider, W., Knopf, M., & Sodian, B. (2009). Verbal memory development from early childhood to early adulthood. In W. Schneider & M. Bullock (Eds.), Human development from early childhood to early adulthood (p. 63-90). New York: Psychology Press.Datensatz 0220226
Schneider, W., & Sodian, B. (1988). Metamemory-memory behavior relationships in young children: Evidence from a memory-for-location task. Journal of Experimental child Psychology, 45, 209-233.Datensatz 0032305
Schneider, W., & Sodian, B. (1989). Developmental Changes in the Sort-Recall Task. In F. E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds.), The Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC). Report No. 6: Psychological developments in the preschool years: Longitudinal results of wave one to three (p. 41). Mnchen: Max-Planck-Institut fr psychologische Forschung.Datensatz 0046145
Schneider, W., & Sodian, B. (1990). Gedchtnisentwicklung im Vorschulalter: "Theoriewandel" im kindlichen Verstndnis des Lernens und Erinnerns? In M. Knopf & W. Schneider (Hrsg.), Entwicklung. Allgemeine Verlufe - Individuelle Unterschiede - Pdagogische Konsequenzen. Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Franz Emanuel Weinert (S. 45-64). Gttingen: Hogrefe.Datensatz 0053546
Schneider, W., & Sodian, B. (1991). A longitudinal study of young children's memory behaviour and performance in a sort-recall task. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 51, 14-29.Datensatz 0060186
Sodian, B., & Schneider, W. (1999). Memory strategy development - Gradual increase, sudden insight, or roller coaster? In F.E. Weinert & W. Schneider (Eds.), Individual development from 3 to 12. Findings from the Munich Longitudinal Study (pp. 61-77). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Datensatz 0133444

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Further Reading

Further Reading
Beal, C.R. (1985). Development of knowledge about the use of cues to aid prospective retrieval. Child development, 56, 631-642.
Fox, B., & Routh, D.K. (1976). Phonemic analysis and synthesis as word-attack skills. Journal of Educational Psychology, 68, 70-74.
Fox, B., & Routh, D.K. (1984). Phonemic analysis and synthesis as word-attack skills: Revisited. Journal of Educational Psychology, 76, 1059-1064.
Grier, J.B. (1971). Nonparametric indexes for sensitivity and bias: computing formulas. Psychological Bulletin, 75, 424-429.
Kee, D. W., & Bell, T. S. (1981). The development of organizational strategies in the storage and retrieval of categorical items in free-recall learning. Child Development, 52, 1163-1171.

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