The Relation between Metacognition and Depressive Symptoms in Preadolescents with Learning Disabilities: Data in Support of Borkowski's Model.

@article{Palladino2000TheRB,
  title={The Relation between Metacognition and Depressive Symptoms in Preadolescents with Learning Disabilities: Data in Support of Borkowski's Model.},
  author={P. Palladino and P. Poli and G. Masi and M. Marcheschi},
  journal={Learning Disabilities Research and Practice},
  year={2000},
  volume={15},
  pages={142-148}
}
Borkowski and colleagues (Borkowski, Carr, Rellinger, & Pressley, 1990; Borkowski, Johnston, & Reid, 1986; Borkowski & Muthukrishna, 1992) proposed a model that relates behavioral patterns of children facing school tasks with strategic knowledge, self-monitoring, motivation, attributions, self-esteem, and affective responses. These researchers suggested that good cognitive performance following a strategic approach increases general strategic knowledge, self-esteem, and associated feelings. In… Expand
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