Are we aware of our ability to forget? Metacognitive predictions of directed forgetting.

Abstract

It is often important to accurately predict not only what information we will later remember, but also what information we are likely to forget. The present research examined these abilities in the context of item-method directed forgetting, to determine whether people are aware of their strategic control of remembering and forgetting, as well as what cues… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13421-011-0115-y

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@article{Friedman2011AreWA, title={Are we aware of our ability to forget? Metacognitive predictions of directed forgetting.}, author={Michael Charles Friedman and Alan D. Castel}, journal={Memory & cognition}, year={2011}, volume={39 8}, pages={1448-56} }