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Metacognitive diversity : an interdisciplinary approach

Author: Joëlle Proust; Martin Fortier
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018. ©2018
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This book considers the variability of metacognitive skills across cultures. It explores new domains of metacognitive variability and universal metacognitive features in adults and children. Throughout, it draws on current anthropological, linguistic, neuroscientific and psychological evidence.
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Proust, Joëlle.
Metacognitive diversity : an interdisciplinary approach.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018
(OCoLC)1038727992
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joëlle Proust; Martin Fortier
ISBN: 9780192506887 0192506889 9780191841675 0191841676
OCLC Number: 1030028225
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: 1 Metacognitive diversity across cultures: An introduction; Part I Introducing metacognition; 2 Of fluency, beauty, and truth: Inferences from metacognitive experiences; 3 Shared fluency theory of social cohesiveness: How the metacognitive feeling of processing fluency contributes to group processes; 4 Making the most of individual differences in joint decisions; Part II How does metacognition develop? Cross-​cultural studies; 5 Revisiting privileged access 6 Developmental diversity in mindreading and metacognition7 The developmental role of experience-​based metacognition for cultural diversity in executive function, motivation, and mindreading; Part III Metacognition in communication; 8 The relation between language and mental state reasoning; 9 Respectable uncertainty and pathetic truth in Amazonian Quichua-​speaking culture; 10 Managing epistemicity among the Yucatec Mayas (Mexico); Part IV Metacognitive regulation and self-​concept; 11 The world as we see it: The culture-​identity-​metacognition interface; 12 Learning: A cultural construct 13 Cultural models in Tongan metacognitionPart V Metacognition within religious practices; 14 Prayer as a metacognitive activity; 15 Depletion and deprivation: Social functional pathways to a shared metacognition; 16 Sense of reality, metacognition, and culture in schizophrenic and drug-​induced hallucinations: An interdisciplinary approach; Part VI Do epistemic norms vary across cultures?; 17 Knowledge, intuition, and culture; 18 Metacognitive variety, from Inner Mongolian Buddhism to post-​truth; 19 Explanatory pluralism across cultures and development.
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