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Applied Metacognition

Applied Metacognition

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Bennett L. Schwartz, Timothy J. Perfect, Lisa K. Son, Ruth H. Maki, Michael J. McGuire, John Dunlosky, Katherine Rawson, Susan L. McDonald, Giuliana Mazzoni, Irving Kirsch, Marie Carroll, Christopher Hertzog, Chris Moulin, Wolfgang Schneider, Kathrin Lockl, Asher Koriat
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  • Date Published: December 2002
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521000376

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  • There is a growing theoretical and practical interest in the topic of metacognition: how mental processses are monitored and controlled. This study overviews the relationship between theories in metacognition and their real-world applications. In addition to a theoretical overview, chapters cover metacognition in three areas: education, everyday life memory and in diverse populations.

    • Links theory and practical application
    • Covers metacognition across broad range of topics
    • Contributors acknowledged experts in the field
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    • Date Published: December 2002
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521000376
    • length: 310 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 153 x 21 mm
    • weight: 0.48kg
    • contains: 7 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    1. Toward an applied metacognition Bennett L. Schwartz and Timothy J. Perfect
    Part I. Metacognition in Learning and Education:
    2. The relation between metacognitive monitoring and control Lisa K. Son and Bennett L. Schwartz
    3. Metacognition for text: findings and implications for education Ruth H. Maki and Michael J. McGuire
    4. Influence of practice tests on the accuracy of predicting memory performance for paired associates, sentences, and text material John Dunlosky, Katherine Rawson and Susan L. McDonald
    Part II. Metacognition in Everyday Memory:
    5. When does eyewitness confidence predict performance? Timothy J. Perfect
    6. Autobiographical memories and beliefs: a preliminary metacognitive model Giuliana Mazzoni and Irving Kirsch
    7. Students' experiences of unconscious plagiarism: did I beget or forget? Marie Carroll and Timothy J. Perfect
    Part III. Metacognition in Different Populations:
    8. Metacognition in older adults: implications for application Christopher Hertzog
    9. Sense and sensitivity: metacognition in Alzheimer's disease Chris Moulin
    10. The development of metacognitive knowledge in children and adolescents Wolfgang Schneider and Kathrin Lockl
    Conclusions
    11. Metacognition research: an interim report Asher Koriat.

  • Editors

    Timothy J. Perfect
    Tim Perfect is Professor of Psychology at the University of Plymouth

    Bennett L. Schwartz
    Bennett Schwartz is Professor of Psychology at Florida International University, Miami.

    Contributors

    Bennett L. Schwartz, Timothy J. Perfect, Lisa K. Son, Ruth H. Maki, Michael J. McGuire, John Dunlosky, Katherine Rawson, Susan L. McDonald, Giuliana Mazzoni, Irving Kirsch, Marie Carroll, Christopher Hertzog, Chris Moulin, Wolfgang Schneider, Kathrin Lockl, Asher Koriat

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