Self-evaluations of selected executive functions in two age group samples
This study assesses the differences between self-evaluations of selected executive functions in two age group samples of both genders. Self-report measures of attention, control, self- esteem, anxiety, self- worth and action style were used to address this aims. This study confirmed that age significantly affects the scores of self-evaluations in almost all the fields of research. In addition, possible perspective of using current battery of measures in future studies is discussed.