Processing similarity does not improve metamemory: evidence against transfer-appropriate monitoring.

@article{Weaver2003ProcessingSD,
  title={Processing similarity does not improve metamemory: evidence against transfer-appropriate monitoring.},
  author={Charles A. Weaver and William L Kelemen},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2003},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={
          1058-65
        }
}
The transfer-appropriate monitoring (TAM) hypothesis of metamemory predicts that judgment of learning (JOL) accuracy should improve when conditions during JOLs closely match conditions of the memory test. The authors devised 5 types of delayed JOLs for paired associates and varied them along with the type of memory test (cued recall or recognition). If the TAM hypothesis is correct, JOL and test type should interact to influence metamemory. Contrary to TAM, metamemory accuracy did not improve… CONTINUE READING
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