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5.16 Knowledge is essential to facilitate recall of information, methods, processes and structures and it facilitates the reconstruction of information during retrieval.
5.17 Tip-of-the-tongue and feeling-of-knowing states rely upon reflection, specifically reflective assessment and reflective judgments of the current memory state.
5.18 Feeling and knowing phenomena are feelings of memory knowledge reliant upon experience and awareness. They facilitate memory monitoring and instigate strategy selection and application.
5.19 Judgments monitor and instigate control processes such as strategy searching, retrieval and application to facilitate memory acquisition and retention to support memory performance.
5.21 Judgments are inferential, occur in advance of acquisition and concern items that have not yet been learned.

See other related assertions on page 76 in the book The Taxonomy of Metacognition.

Diagram 5.5