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6.10 Sensitivity involves actively knowing when to use deliberate, goal orientated strategies to intentionally memorise information and when to allow spontaneous, passive use of memory strategies in different task situations.
6.11 Knowledge of memory attributes and abilities (person variable) including beliefs of oneself and others as mnemonic beings support monitoring and interpreting mnemonic experiences such as feeling and knowing states.
6.12 Knowledge and awareness of task characteristics (task variable) including types of tasks, difficulty and the benefits and applications of various mnemonic strategies aid task performance.
6.13 Knowledge of strategies (strategy variable) mnemonic ability, task complexity and the successful application of mnemonic strategies involve executive function processes and are affected by adaptability to a particular task.

See other related assertions on page 88 in the book The Taxonomy of Metacognition.

Diagram 6.2