Overcoming screen inferiority in learning and calibration

@article{Lauterman2014OvercomingSI,
  title={Overcoming screen inferiority in learning and calibration},
  author={Tirza Lauterman and Rakefet Ackerman},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2014},
  volume={35},
  pages={455-463}
}
Abstract Metacognitive monitoring that accompanies a learning task reflects self-prediction of achievement at test. Well-calibrated monitoring is important because it is by this subjective assessment that people allocate their learning efforts. Previous studies that compared learning outcomes and calibration of monitoring when learning texts on screen and on paper have found screen inferiority: screen learners performed worse and were more overconfident about their success. However, learning… CONTINUE READING
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