The Multifactorial Memory Questionnaire (MMQ) is a self-report questionnaire for clinicians and researchers to use for assessing metamemory in middle-aged and older adults. Three scales measure satisfaction with memory functioning, self-appraisal of memory ability, and self-reported use of memory strategies.
The original validation of the MMQ was published in 2002. Since then, the MMQ has been translated into several languages and used in numerous clinical and experimental research studies. A recent systematic review and meta-analysis of the MMQ provides evidence for the reliability, validity, and responsiveness of the MMQ across diverse populations and settings.
PUBLICATIONS USING THE MMQ
Health professionals, researchers, and students may use the MMQ test forms without permission for noncommercial clinical, research, and educational purposes. Forms must be purchased from Baycrest if used or funded by pharmaceutical or commercial entities.
The professional manual, test forms and scoring keys for the MMQ can be downloaded from this page.
MMQ SCORING KEYS
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