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9.27 Relying upon declarative and procedural knowledge, conditional knowledge determines why, when and where to use this knowledge (especially strategy knowledge). (HOA.40)
9.28 Conditional knowledge supports awareness and knowledge of task type, demands and context.
9.29 Conditional knowledge supports the adaptive application and transfer of strategies in unfamiliar, complex problems and contexts.
9.30 Conditional knowledge can be inhibited by inadequate domain knowledge, weak cognitive monitoring, ineffective strategies and lack of awareness of task demands.
9.31 Context and contextual conditions influence strategy use, transfer and regulation.

See other related assertions on page 190 in the book The Taxonomy of Metacognition.

Diagram 10.3