Memory self-awareness and memory self-monitoring following severe closed-head injury.

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OBJECTIVE To examine the accuracy of memory self-awareness and memory self-monitoring abilities in participants with severe closed-head injury (CHI). DESIGN AND METHODS A performance-prediction paradigm was used to evaluate meta-memory abilities in 31 participants with severe CHI (>1 year post-injury) and 31 controls. To assess memory self-awareness… (More)

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@article{SchmitterEdgecombe2004MemorySA, title={Memory self-awareness and memory self-monitoring following severe closed-head injury.}, author={Maureen Schmitter-Edgecombe and Ellen Woo}, journal={Brain injury}, year={2004}, volume={18 10}, pages={997-1016} }