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The Oxford handbook of metamemory

Author: John Dunlosky; Sarah K Tauber
Publisher: Oxford New York : Oxford University Press, [2016]
Series: Oxford library of psychology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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'The Oxford Handbook of Metamemory' investigates the human ability to evaluate and control learning and information retrieval processes. Each chapter in this authoritative guide highlights a different facet of metamemory research, including classical metamemory judgments; applications of metamemory research to the classroom and courtroom; and cutting-edge perspectives on continuing debates and theory.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Dunlosky; Sarah K Tauber
ISBN: 9780199336746 0199336741
OCLC Number: 911618048
Description: xv, 574 pages ; 26 cm.
Contents: Prologue : some metacomments on metamemory / Robert Bjork --
1. A brief history of metamemory research and handbook overview / Sarah (Uma) K. Tauber and John Dunlosky --
2. Methodology for investigating human metamemory : problems and pitfalls / John Dunlosky, Michael L. Mueller, and Keith W. Thiede --
3. Internal mapping and its impact on measures of absolute and relative metacognitive accuracy / Philip A. Higham, Katarzyna Zawadzka, and Maciej Hanczakowski --
4. Judgments of learning : methods, data, and theory / Matthew G. Rhodes --
5. Introspecting on the elusive : the uncanny state of the feeling of knowing / Ayanna K. Thomas, Meeyeon Lee, and Gregory Hughes --
6. Tip-of-the-tongue states, déjà vu experiences, and other odd metacognitive experiences / Bennett L. Schwartz and Anne M. Cleary --
7. Sources of bias in judgment and decision making / Joe W. Tidwell, Daniel Buttaccio, Jeffery S. Chrabaszcz, and Michael R. Dougherty --
8. The self-consistency theory of subjective confidence / Asher Koriat and Shiri Adiv --
9. Metacognitive aspects of source monitoring / Beatrice G. Kuhlmann and Ute J. Bayen --
10. Monitoring and regulation of accuracy in eyewitness memory : time to get some control / Timothy J. Hollins and Nathan Weber --
11. Metamemory and education / Nicholas C. Soderstrom, Carole L. Yue, and Elizabeth Ligon Bjork --
12. Prospective memory : a framework for research on metaintentions / Rebekah E. Smith --
13. Metamemory and affect / Anastasia Efklides --
14. Metamemory in comparative context / David A. Washburn, Michael J. Beran, and J. David Smith --
15. Looking back and forward on hindsight bias / Daniel M. Bernstein, Andre Äßfalg, Ragav Kumar, and Rakefet Ackerman --
16. The metacognitive foundations of effective remembering / Joshua L. Fiechter, Aaron S. Benjamin, and Nash Unsworth --
17. Self-regulated learning : an overview of theory and data / Nate Kornell and Bridged Finn --
18. The need for metaforgetting : insights from directed forgetting / Lili Sahakyan and Nathaniel L. Foster --
19. Metacognitive quality control processes in memory retrieval and reporting / Morris Goldsmith --
20. Three pillars of false memory prevention : orientation, evaluation, and corroboration / David A. Gallo and James M. Lampinen --
21. The ghost in the machine : self-reflective consciousness and the neuroscience of metacognition / Janet Metcalfe and Bennett L. Schwartz --
22. The cognitive neuroscience of source monitoring / Karen J. Mitchell --
23. Anosognosia and metacognition in alzheimer's disease : insights from experimental psychology / Alexander Ernst, Chris J.A. Moulin, Celine Souchay, David C. Mograbi, and Robin Morris --
24. Metamemory in psychopathology / Marie Izaute and Elizabeth Bacon --
25. The development of metacognitive knowledge in children and adolescents / Wolfgang Schneider and Elizabeth Löffler --
26. Monitoring memory in old age : impaired, spared, and aware / Alan D. Castel, Catherine D. Middlebrooks, and Shannon McGillivray --
27. Aging and metacognitive control / Christopher Hertzog.
Series Title: Oxford library of psychology.
Responsibility: edited by John Dunlosky, Sarah (Uma) K. Tauber.

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