DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2014.06
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Abstract: Based on metacognition theories we present a construct of metacognitive self (MCS) as self-awareness of biases. Contrary to counterintuitive idea metacognitive self fosters self-regulation in the area of goal's attainment. Study 1 (N = 118) showed that high metacognitive self individuals created more clear mental picture of their plans than low metacognitive self counter partners. Moreover participants high in metacognitive self undertook more actions to fulfill their goals then low MCS colleagues. Study 2 (N …

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