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Fall 2020 Psychology BC3394 section 001
METACOGNITION

Call Number 00515
Day & Time
Location
MW 2:10pm-4:00pm
To be announced
Points 4
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructor Lisa K Son
Type SEMINAR
Course Description Prerequisites: BC1001, and one psychology laboratory course; final enrollment determined on the first day of class Metacognition is one of the latest psychological buzzwords, but what exactly is metacognition? Metacognition enables us to be successful learners, problem solvers, and decision makers, and as often been used synonymously with words such as language, awareness, and consciousness. In this seminar, we will examine various components of metacognition, including its role in learning and memory, and its existence in various non-human populations. In addition, we will explore the fragility of metacognition, including illusions of confidence and harmful control strategies that people use. Readings will include classic and important recent papers in the field, looking at metacognition as a higher-level cognitive process, and as knowledge individuals use to guide behavior.
Web Site Vergil
Subterm 09/08-10/19 (A)
Department Psychology @Barnard
Enrollment 21 students (24 max) as of 8:02AM Sunday, February 28, 2021
Subject Psychology
Number BC3394
Section 001
Division Barnard College
Campus Barnard College
Note Term A; Course will be taught remotely
Section key 20203PSYC3394X001

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