What do we test with memory tests?: the relation of metamemory and objective measures of memory

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Vranić, Andrea; Tonković, Mirjana;
(2011)

Metamemory refers to our knowledge of memory functioning, of our mnemonic processes, as well as satisfaction with our own mnemonic system. Its assessment is a relatively new field in memory research, and in this paper we aimed at drawing attention to the importance of i... View more
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