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Neural mechanisms underlying self-monitoring and self-regulation in adolescence

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Titel Neural mechanisms underlying self-monitoring and self-regulation in adolescence
Looptijd 01 / 2009 - 01 / 2013
Status Lopend
Onderzoeknummer OND1333326
Leverancier gegevens NWO

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The third part-project uses fMRI to study biological constraints on self-regulated learning. Cognitive psychologists explain judgement of learning?s (JOL) positive effect on self-regulation as a try-out probing of long-term memory. This hypothesis is tested by comparing brain activation during JOL with activation during short-term and long-term memory retrieval. It is also assumed that self-regulation is ineffective in young adolescents, because it requires later developing metacognitive abilities. This dependency of JOL on brain maturation is investigated in the second experiment. The last experiment asks whether ineffective self-regulated learning is also arises because young learners respond differently to judgement of learning results.

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Projectleider Dr. P. Stiers

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A84400 Cognitieve ontwikkeling, perceptie
D23230 Neurologie, KNO , oogheelkunde
D51000 Psychologie

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