The CAPM was designed to assist in the clinical evaluation of prospective memory function among individuals with acquired brain injury, and to assist in the evaluation of rehabilitation programs designed to serve these people. Prospective memory is defined as “the process and skills required to support the fulfilment of an intention to perform a specific action in the future” (Ellis & Kvavilashvili, 2000, p. S1). The CAPM is a self-report questionnaire which focuses on prospective memory and has three scales to collect comprehensive data on the process of prospective remembering.
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