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Metacognitive regulation of text learning: on screen versus on paper.
The results suggest that the primary differences between the two study media are not cognitive but rather metacognitive--less accurate prediction of performance and more erratic study-time regulation on screen than on paper.
Don't throw away your printed books: A meta-analysis on the effects of reading media on reading comprehension
Control over grain size in memory reporting--with and without satisfying knowledge.
- Rakefet Ackerman, M. Goldsmith
- PsychologyJournal of experimental psychology. Learning…
- 1 September 2008
Results suggest a key role for the "don't know" response which, when available, can be used preferentially to circumvent the criterion conflict, and suggest a minimum-informativeness criterion.
Taking reading comprehension exams on screen or on paper? A metacognitive analysis of learning texts under time pressure
The diminishing criterion model for metacognitive regulation of time investment.
- Rakefet Ackerman
- PsychologyJournal of experimental psychology. General
- 31 May 2014
The results suggest that negative time-judgment correlations in complex tasks stem from top-down regulatory processes with a criterion that diminishes with invested time.
Meta-Reasoning: Monitoring and Control of Thinking and Reasoning
The role of answer fluency and perceptual fluency as metacognitive cues for initiating analytic thinking
Metacognition and mindreading: Judgments of learning for Self and Other during self-paced study
Meta-reasoning: What can we learn from meta-memory?