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8 Pillars X 8 Layers Model of Metacognition: Educational Strategies, Exercises &Trainings

Athanasios Drigas, Eleni Mitsea
2021 International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE)  
According to our model, each layer of metacognition describes a higher-order control system which operates under the rule of a series of attention processes at an ever more refined, abstract, united and  ...  Despite extensive research, there is still the need to build a unique model based on multidisciplinary research illuminating questions as regards the real nature of metacognition and the methods to develop  ...  All knowledge is represented within a conceptual framework adapted to account for previous experience.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v17i08.23563 fatcat:heezkneitrgwvpj32adcza55la

Reflections on Dynamics, Adaptation and Control: a Cognitive Architecture for Mental Models

Laila van Ments, Jan Treur
2021 Cognitive Systems Research  
An example of an adaptive network model for controlled learning of a mental model of how a car works and how to drive it can be found in (Bhalwankar and Treur, 2021a) .  ...   Control: Mental Models Respond to Control Using mental models and adapting them is in principle done in a coordinated manner by some form of control by a form of metacognition.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cogsys.2021.06.004 fatcat:ul5tpasecvd7lpblb5k6id44ua

The 8 Pillars of Metacognition

Athanasios Drigas, Eleni Mitsea
2020 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
The research has led us to the 8 pillars that underpin metacognition. These pillars follow the model of the hierarchical or-ganization of knowledge.  ...  According to this approach, cognitive and metacogni-tive skills evolve progressively depending on the effort an individual exerts.  ...  [8] developed an influential model of an active memory system that they called working memory.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v15i21.14907 fatcat:rt4izipcd5f3jpjmgqqmwm7gsi

Context-Sensitive Control of Adaptation: Self-Modeling Networks for Human Mental Processes Using Mental Models [chapter]

Raj Bhalwankar, Laila van Ments, Jan Treur
2021 Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications  
The presented analysis has led to a three-level computational architecture for controlled adaptation.  ...  It is discussed and illustrated by examples of applications how this three-level computational architecture can be specified based on a self-modeling network and used to model controlled learning and adaptation  ...  Control: Mental Models Respond to Control. For learning mental models, control is exerted; see also [22, 23, 24] . Such control is also referred to as metacognition; e.g., [25, 26, 27, 28] .  ... 
doi:10.3233/faia210288 fatcat:d2jdrou57rgxbayx5frcvxfczu

Adversity, attachment, and mentalizing

Peter Fonagy, Anthony W. Bateman
2016 Comprehensive Psychiatry  
In this commentary, the authors use mentalizing as an umbrella term for these concepts, and argue that it is the complex interaction of adversity, attachment and mentalizing that lead to the characteristic  ...  The papers in this special issue offer evidence of personality disorder as a dysfunction of higher-order cognition, which is conceptualized variously as a disorder of mentalizing, metacognition, mindfulness  ...  We will use the term mentalizing for the purpose of this commentary in a generic sense which will cover metacognitive, mindful or reflective self-awareness. 1 The HOC model of personality disorder and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comppsych.2015.11.006 pmid:26654293 fatcat:3ik4zl7krbh7peuruu5mtfepmm

From internal models toward metacognitive AI [article]

Mitsuo Kawato
2021 arXiv   pre-print
These early studies influenced neuroscience from basic, sensory-motor control to higher cognitive functions.  ...  Consciousness and metacognition -- the ability to monitor one's own thoughts, may be part of the solution to this enigma.  ...  Further, multiple accounts of metacognition have modeled self-reflection as an inference about others’ performance or mental states (Fleming, Daw 2017; Shea et al., 2014).  ... 
arXiv:2109.12798v2 fatcat:7foykaimirblrcxg3anqjo2jfm

Socio-technical communication: The hybrid space and the OLB model for science-based cyber education

Benjamin J. Knox, Øyvind Jøsok, Kirsi Helkala, Peter Khooshabeh, Terje Ødegaard, Ricardo G. Lugo, Stefan Sütterlin
2018 Military Psychology  
We apply the Hybrid Space framework to communicative challenges in the military cyber domain and suggest a three-phase Orienting, Locating, Bridging model for safe and efficient communication between partners  ...  Conducting cyber operations in multidomain battles presents new challenges for military training and education as the increased importance of psychological factors such as metacognitive skills and perspective-taking  ...  Phase 3: Bridging-adapting content and style to ensure grounding for appropriate communication to construct a shared mental model of the current situation.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08995605.2018.1478546 fatcat:yhi74i5mjjfv7ojimtmx3rxxoq

The Consciousness-Intelligence-Knowledge Pyramid: An 8x8 Layer Model

Athanasios S. Drigas, Marios A. Pappas
2017 International Journal of Recent Contributions from Engineering, Science & IT  
We also analyze the cognitive processes and metacognitive skills required to get an individual to the highest layer of the knowledge pyramid.</p>  ...  we propose an eight-layer pyramid of knowledge.  ...  We propose a cognitive-based approach of an 8-layer model (pyramid) of knowledge, which adapts to the different types of human intelligence, and we define the metacognitive components that will help us  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijes.v5i3.7680 fatcat:e7lo2mnnpndaxobw3qd23tcwzu

Metacognition: computation, biology and function

S. M. Fleming, R. J. Dolan, C. D. Frith
2012 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
In animals, such reflective monitoring and control processes have been grouped under the rubric of metacognition.  ...  Specifically, we cover the definition, measurement, neurobiology and possible functions of metacognition, and assess the relationship between metacognition and consciousness.  ...  Metacognition-cognition about cognitionthus forms an umbrella term under which to group such mental phenomena.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2012.0021 pmid:22492746 pmcid:PMC3318771 fatcat:do53ejdmvrgrlilov57di52day

Metaminds: Using Metarepresentation To Model Minds In Translation [chapter]

Annegret Sturm
2017 Zenodo  
I set up an fMRI experiment to study this question. The results show an important activation in the precuneus for both groups.  ...  The translator has to understand the auther's intentions behind the communication in order to correctly interpret and adapt her message for the target audience.  ...  Alternatively, the bilingual's experience with controlling multiple languages and adapt their use according to their environment could enhance the development of their executive control -which in turn  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1090989 fatcat:dijh7qk2prdhdp5mtm7asvuqyu

Bayesian Knowledge Tracing for Navigation through Marzano's Taxonomy

Francisco Cervantes-Pérez, Joaquin Navarro-Perales, Ana L. Franzoni-Velázquez, Luis Valentín
2021 International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence  
For this we use the Bayesian Knowledge Tracing algorithm, performing an adaptive control of the navigation among different levels of cognition in online courses.  ...  the metacognitive system, responsible for the creation of goals as well as strategies to fulfill them.  ...  The model presents three mental systems: self-system, metacognitive system, and the cognitive system.  ... 
doi:10.9781/ijimai.2021.05.006 fatcat:sknhqcaitjhnxbous5cdpej76y

Commentary on: "Toward Computer-Based Support of MetaCognitive Skills: a Computational Framework to Coach Self Explanation"

Cristina Conati
2015 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education  
This overview is followed by a discussion of subsequent developments in research on providing intelligent, student-adaptive support to metacognition, as well as of remaining open issues and avenues for  ...  This work was one of the first examples of Intelligent Learning Environments (ILE) that target activities beyond problem solving doing so by providing adaptive support to apply relevant domain independent  ...  Providing individualized support for these activities poses unique challenges, because it requires having an ILE that can model and adapt to student behaviors, skills and mental states often not as structured  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40593-015-0074-8 fatcat:fzapxrjf6be2zby4cr2bx5rje4

Clinical Hypnosis & VR, Subconscious Restructuring- Brain Rewiring & the Entanglement with the 8 Pillars of Metacognition X 8 Layers of Consciousness X 8 Intelligences

Athanasios Drigas, Eleni Mitsea, Charalampos Skianis
2022 International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE)  
The aim of the current review is to investigate the impact of clinical hypnosis on Metacognition, Consciousness and Intelligence based on the counterpart model.  ...  It can also play a significant role in education as a tool for dealing with the well-established learned weaknesses, for mental/emotional training and brain rewiring, facilitating learning, unlearning  ...  Implicit attitudes about individuals and situations are considered as an important inhibitor in metacognitive development in terms of adaptation since they seem to be out of conscious control and thus  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v18i01.26859 fatcat:wh7yf63xtzdoxfhg5otdqafm2q

Cultural Intelligence and Competencies [chapter]

Soon Ang, Thomas Rockstuhl, Mei Ling Tan
2015 International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences  
In particular, we review the conceptualization, measurement, and empirical evidence for the nomological network of cultural intelligence.  ...  We conclude with an eye towards the future and suggest several exciting research directions to further advance our understanding of cultural intelligence.  ...  For example, non-native English speakers with higher cultural intelligence tend to interact more frequently with native English speakers, even after controlling for the ability to speak multiple languages  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-097086-8.25050-2 fatcat:tjh5smjoqbhzdi3hwfadlpu4sy

Cognitive Education Around the World

2009 Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology  
The relations were controlled for differences in multiple cognitive aptitudes (numerical reasoning abilities, nonverbal intelligence, and working memory).  ...  Structural equation modeling paradigms confirmed that metacognitive experiences, both before and after solving problems, are largely predicted by achievement goals.  ...  In regard to the prediction of learning strategies by achievement goals, mastery approach goals were revealed to be associated both with adaptable strategies (metacognitive self-regulation) and less adaptable  ... 
doi:10.1891/1945-8959.8.1.102 fatcat:dxw3hazrsnfxpotleogc3akbw4
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