By Timothy J. Perfect, Bennett L. Schwartz
There's a starting to be theoretical and useful curiosity within the subject of metacognition: how psychological processses are monitored and regulated. This examine overviews the connection among theories in metacognition and their real-world purposes. as well as a theoretical assessment, chapters hide metacognition in 3 components: schooling, lifestyle reminiscence and in various populations.
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