Metacognitive monitoring during category learning: how success affects future behaviour.

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to see how people perceive their own learning during a category learning task, and whether their perceptions matched their performance. In two experiments, participants were asked to learn natural categories, of both high and low variability, and make category learning judgements (CLJs). Variability was manipulated by varying… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/09658211.2015.1086805

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@article{Doyle2016MetacognitiveMD, title={Metacognitive monitoring during category learning: how success affects future behaviour.}, author={Mario E Doyle and Kathleen L Hourihan}, journal={Memory}, year={2016}, volume={24 9}, pages={1197-207} }