7.11 Procedural knowledge involves knowledge of strategy appropriateness, benefits and application of various mnemonic strategies for a particular task and the execution of strategies or actions.
7.12 Strategies involve executive function or control processes and are reliant upon declarative knowledge of these strategies to be effectively adaptive to a particular task.
7.13 Strategy selection is affected by task complexity and the interaction of person, strategy and task variables. This is supported by monitoring processes and influenced by memory self-efficacy.
See other related assertions on page 102 in the book The Taxonomy of Metacognition.