Metarecognition in time-stressed decision making: Recognizing, critiquing, and correcting

Cohen, Marvin S.; Freeman, Jared T.
June 1996
Human Factors;Jun1996, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p206
Academic Journal
Describes a framework for decision making called the recognition/metacognition (R/M) model, explaining how decision makers handle uncertainty and novelty while exploiting experiences in real-world domains. Cycles of critiquing and correcting; Definition of metacognition; Components of the R/M model; Cycles of metarecognitional critiquing and correcting.


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