Metacognition: self-judgments, self-regulation, and cognitive management

How you know what you know

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Metacognition refers to “the beliefs and knowledge about one’s own cognitive processes” (Eysenck & Keane, 2005, p. 446). This seemingly simple definition does not do justice to the complex and relatively ambiguous processes of the active monitoring and regulation of cognitive processes, which…

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Writer and university professor researching media psych, generational studies, human and animal rights, and the intersection of art and psychology

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