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Conflict and metacognitive judgments as predictors of analytic engagement


Močibob, Maja; Bajšanski, Igor
Conflict and metacognitive judgments as predictors of analytic engagement // Review of Psychology, 23(1-2), Special Section 12th Alps Adria Psychology Conference
Rijeka, Hrvatska: Naklada Slap, 2016. str. 70-70 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Conflict and metacognitive judgments as predictors of analytic engagement

Autori
Močibob, Maja ; Bajšanski, Igor

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Review of Psychology, 23(1-2), Special Section 12th Alps Adria Psychology Conference / - : Naklada Slap, 2016, 70-70

Skup
12th Alps Adria Psychology Conference

Mjesto i datum
Rijeka, Hrvatska, 29.9.-1.10.2016

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Metacognition ; conflict detection ; base rate neglect

Sažetak
Research on conflict detection during reasoning suggests that reasoners are efficient at detecting conflict between heuristic intuitive responses and analytic considerations (De Neys & Glumicic, 2008). The aim of this study was to test the relationship between conflict, metacognitive judgments and analytic thinking. Forty six participants solved conflict, non-conflict and neutral versions of a base rate task. In each task, they were presented with two pieces of information, namely the prior probability (base rate) that an individual belongs to one of two groups and a personal description of a particular individual. They were asked to indicate, based on these two sources of information, to which group the individual most likely belongs. The tworesponse procedure was used (Thompson, Prowse Turner, & Pennycook, 2011): participants provided an initial, intuitive answer to the problem along with a Feeling of rightness, and were given as much time as needed to reconsider their initial answer and provide a final answer and final judgment of confidence. Although the proportion of base rate answers was lower for conflict than for non-conflict problems both for initial and final answers, the proportion of base rate answers for conflict problems was greater at Time 2 than at Time 1. Metacognitive judgments were responsive to conflict: participants were less confident in the accuracy of their initial answer for conflict and neutral problems than for nonconflict problems. There was no difference in fluency (response time for the initial answer) between conflict, neutral and non-conflict problems. Reasoners engaged more analytic thinking in response to conflict and neutral problems than in response to non-conflict problems: the probability of answer change was greater for conflict and neutral than for non-conflict problems, and the rethinking time was longer for conflict and neutral than for non-conflict problems.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Psihologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
HRZZ-IP-2013-11-4139 - Metakognicija kod kategorijalnog učenja, mišljenja i razumijevanja (Dražen Domijan, )

Ustanove
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Autor s matičnim brojem:
Igor Bajšanski, (245041)