Merrill-Palmer Quarterly - Journal of Developmental Psychology
The Flavell (l981) model of cognitive monitoring and metamnemonic development was tested by four experiments conducted to determine whether preschool children (1) recognize that mood, fatigue, and fear are variables that influence learning; and (2) self-monitor their internal states and adjust their study behavior when they are sad or tired.
Hayes, Donald S.; Scott, L. Carol; Chemelski, Bruce E.; and Johnson, Janelle, "Physical and Emotional States as Memory-Relevant Factors: Cognitive Monitoring by Young Children" (1987). Psychology Faculty Scholarship. 9.
Hayes, D.S., Scott, L.C., Chemelski, B.E., & Johnson, J. (1987). Physical and Emotional States as Memory-Relevant Factors: Cognitive Monitoring by Young Children. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly-Journal of Developmental Psychology, 33, 473-487. Available on publisher's site at http://wsupress.wayne.edu/journals/merrill.htm.
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