Metacognition : new research developments / Clayton B. Larson, editor.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Larson, Clayton B.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Nova Science, ©2009.
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Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • METACOGNITION:NEW RESEARCH DEVELOPMENTS; METACOGNITION:NEW RESEARCH DEVELOPMENTS; CONTENTS; PREFACE; THE IMPORTANCE OF CULTIVATING A METADISCOURSEIN DELIBERATE SUPPORT OFMETACOGNITION; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION; METACOGNITION IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION; The Apple Trees Task; PHILOSOPHY TO PROMPT METACOGNITION; Level 1: Literal Representation; Level 2: More Abstract Representation; Level 3: Model; Level 4: Private Concept; Level 5: Authorised Concept; Level 6: Platonic Form; DISCUSSION; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; METACOGNITION IN ANIMALS; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION.
  • IMPLICATIONS OF COMPARATIVE METACOGNITION RESEARCHTHE UNCERTAINTY-RESPONSE PARADIGM; Training Animals to Use Uncertainty Responses; Early Uncertainty-Monitoring Experiments; Uncertainty Monitoring During Different Cognitive Tasks; UNCERTAINTY MONITORING BY NON-PRIMATES; INFORMATION-SEEKING PARADIGMS AS TESTSFOR METACOGNITION; SUMMARY AND FUTURE POSSIBILITIES FOR ANIMALMETACOGNITION RESEARCH; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; METACOGNITION AND METAMOVEMENT:LINKS BETWEEN COGNITION AND MOTORFUNCTION IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. THE DUAL-TASK PARADIGM.
  • 3. THE ROLE OF ATTENTION IN STATIC AND DYNAMIC POSTURE4. THE ROLE OF ATTENTION IN CONTINUOUS GAIT; 5. EVIDENCE OF DUAL-TASK INTERFERENCEAMONG OLDER ADULTS AT RISK FOR FALLS; 6. THE POSTURE-FIRST STRATEGY; 7. EVIDENCE FOR A POSTURE-SECOND STRATEGY AMONGINDIVIDUALS WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE; 7. SUMMARY; REFERENCES; METACOGNITION AND REACTIVE/REGULATIVEASPECTS OF TEMPERAMENT IN OBSESSIVECOMPULSIVEDISORDER; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION; METHOD; Participants; Instruments; Procedure; RESULTS; Research Question 1: Comparison of OCD Patients Scores with NormalControls.
  • Research Question 2: Correlations between Metacognition and OCSymptomsResearch Question 3: Correlations between Reactive/RegulativeTemperament and OC symptoms; Research Question 4: Correlations between Metacognition andReactive/Regulative Temperament; DISCUSSION; Comparison of OCD Patients and Normal Controls Concerning OCSymptoms, Metacognition and Temperament; Association between Metacognition and OC symptoms; The Relationship between Reactive/Regulative Temperament and OCSymptoms; Metacognition in Relation to Reactive/Regulative Temperament?; Clinial Implications.
  • Strengths, Limitations and Future ResearchACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; THE EFFECT OF METAMEMORY ON MEMORYPERFORMANCE: A TEST OF A STRUCTURAL MODEL; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION; METHOD; Participants; Results; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; METACOGNITIVE KNOWLEDGE ABOUTINTELLIGENCE: THE MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE ANDENTITY/INCREMENTAL THEORIES ACCORDING TONAÏVE CONCEPTIONS; ABSTRACT; THEORIES OF INTELLIGENCE; A STUDY ON METACOGNITIVE KNOWLEDGEABOUT MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES; A STUDY ABOUT METACOGNITIVE KNOWLEDGE CONCERNING THERELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE ANDENTITY/INCREMENTAL THEORIES.