Koriat, Bjork, Sheffer, and Bar (2004) Examined People's Abilities to Anticipate

Question 46
Multiple Choice

Koriat, Bjork, Sheffer, and Bar (2004) examined people's abilities to anticipate forgetting.One group's judgments of learning were directed at a test to be taken in 10 minutes whereas another groups' judgments of learning were directed at a test to be taken 1 week later.They found that: A)because of the stability bias, judgments increased faster than actual recall did. B)because of the stability bias, participants did not make accurate judgments of learning. C)the judgments of learning were identical, even though those in the 1-week retention interval recalled fewer items than those in the 10-minute retention interval D)the judgments of learning did not predict performance, even though those in the 1-week retention interval recalled more items than those in the 10-minute retention interval