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Metamemory monitoring future recallability in free and cued recall

Metamemory monitoring future recallability in free and cued recall

Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 22(6): 497-500

ISSN/ISBN: 0090-5054

DOI: 10.3758/bf03333889

Data are reviewed form 3 studies in which individuals rated, at time of study, the likelihood that they would later recall each to-be-remembered item. In all conditions, individuals show a very substantial ability to predict these items that they later succeed in recalling. Although performance on this variety of metamemory task was similar in several respects for free-recall and cued-recall tasks, 1 consistent difference emerged. In the cued, or paired-associate, task, individual differences in recall performance were related to individual differences in the use of the predictive rating scale; those who recalled more items used higher values on the rating scale. For free recall, no such relationship was observed.

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