Metacognition: Extinction and adaptation in NBA player archetypes

12 ViewsIf you’re concerned about the potential extinction of post-up NBA big men and mid-range jumpshooters, fear not. Life, uh, finds a way. If Inside the NBA and the tweets of retired players is your primary source of basketball analysis, you may be under the impression that the NBA is undergoing a massive extinction event. …
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Constructions of Remembering and Metacognition

24 ViewsConstructions of Remembering and Metacognition Remembering often feels direct – like mental time travel. However, an increasing body of research, led by Bruce Whittlesea and others, suggests that remembering is not so direct but often inferential in nature. Similarly, research on metacognition has shown that inferences are involved with other subjective judgments as well. …
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