Self-testing may offset students' overconfidence, researchers say

11/28/2007 | ScienceDaily

Students who are overly confident in their learning abilities may benefit from more self-testing, say two Kent State psychologists studying metacomprehension. "Our research consistently shows that without checking, people often believe they've remembered something correctly when in fact they haven't," said Dr. Katherine Rawson, an assistant professor of psychology.

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