Replication Data for: Look who is complaining: Psychological factors predicting subjective cognitive complaints in a large community sample of older adults



This dataset contains questionnaire data from 1219 adults from the general Dutch population aged 40 years or older. The data was collected online between October 2016 and March 2018. The goal was to examine the role of psychological factors in predicting subjective cognitive complaints in the domains of executive functioning, memory, and attention. For this purpose the following questionnaires were collected: Behavior Rating Inventory Executive Function - Adult version (BRIEF-A), Dutch version of the Memory Self-Efficacy Scale (MSEQ), Questionnaire for Experiences of Attention Deficits (German: Fragebogen Erlebter Defizite der Aufmerksamkeit [FEDA]), NEO-Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI), Depression Anxiety Stress Scale (DASS-21), and a demographic questionnaire. The demographic questionnaire contained questions about age, gender, education level, having a job, having a partner, having children, having pets, income, and body mass index. Additionally, questions about sleep, self-rated health, and quality of life were included.
Datum van beschikbaarheid2-dec.-2021
Datum van data-aanmaak1-okt.-2016 - 1-mrt.-2018

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