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9.19 Through experience procedural knowledge can become implicit, automatic refined strategies or skills initiated in familiar problems. (HOA.36)
9.20 Explicit knowledge prompts implicit representations and vice versa.
9.21 Positive or negative self-concept as a problem solver, self-efficacy and intrinsic motivation can affect strategy selection, application and transferability. (HOA.37)
9.22 The self-system influences strategy selection, monitoring of strategy application and facilitates understanding the importance of strategy knowledge especially in complex, novel problems.
9.23 Procedural task knowledge relies upon knowledge of task objectives and the nature and structure of cognitive goals and subgoals.
9.24 Procedural task knowledge facilitates the selection and flexible application of task specific strategies to match cognitive goals supporting task completion. (HOA.38)
9.25 Beliefs about task difficulty can positively or negatively influence the identification and successful application of strategies.
9.26 Task sensitivity influences the identification of appropriate and applicable strategies and subsequent strategy application. (HOA.39)

See other related assertions on page 189 in the book The Taxonomy of Metacognition.

Diagram 10.2