Self-regulated learning: beliefs, techniques, and illusions.

@article{Bjork2013SelfregulatedLB,
  title={Self-regulated learning: beliefs, techniques, and illusions.},
  author={R. Bjork and J. Dunlosky and N. Kornell},
  journal={Annual review of psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={64},
  pages={
          417-44
        }
}
Knowing how to manage one's own learning has become increasingly important in recent years, as both the need and the opportunities for individuals to learn on their own outside of formal classroom settings have grown. During that same period, however, research on learning, memory, and metacognitive processes has provided evidence that people often have a faulty mental model of how they learn and remember, making them prone to both misassessing and mismanaging their own learning. After a… Expand
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