The Feeling-of -knowing and Feeling-of-not-knowing Judgment under Different Levels of Processing and Memory Materials
Sun Yunyi, Chen Xi, Bai Ye, Chen Yiwen
Available Online June 2014.
- 10.2991/csss-14.2014.80How to use a DOI?
- feeling-of-knowing; feeling-of-not-knowing; processing level; memory materials; metacognition
Previous research implicated that feeling-of-knowing (FOK) and feeling-of-not-knowing (FOnK) might be two different cognitive processes. Based on this hypothesis, an experiment was conducted by examining FOK and FOnK judgment under different levels of processing and different kinds of materials. The results showed that processing depth had positive effects on FOK judgment, but little effects on FOnK judgment, conversely, it even decreased the accuracy of FOnK judgment, which demonstrated that FOK judgment and FOnK judgment were two different cognitional processes. Implications and limitations are discussed.
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TY - CONF AU - Sun Yunyi AU - Chen Xi AU - Bai Ye AU - Chen Yiwen PY - 2014/06 DA - 2014/06 TI - The Feeling-of -knowing and Feeling-of-not-knowing Judgment under Different Levels of Processing and Memory Materials BT - Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Computer Science and Service System PB - Atlantis Press SP - 339 EP - 343 SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/csss-14.2014.80 DO - 10.2991/csss-14.2014.80 ID - Yunyi2014/06 ER -