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Subjective confidence influences word learning in a cross-situational statistical learning task
Learning is often accompanied by a subjective sense of confidence in one's knowledge, a feeling of knowing what you know and how well you know it. Subjective confidence has been shown to guide learning in other domains, but has received little attention so far in the word learning literature. Across three word learning experiments, we investigated whether and how a sense of confidence in having acquired a word meaning influences the word learning process itself. First, we show evidence for adoi:10.31234/osf.io/84bqu fatcat:fmrezzeh4felhjhv5b5t2moafu