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The following assertions identify the key relationships between memory monitoring and mnemonic strategies:
7.25 The person variable involves memory monitoring or ‘here-and-now monitoring’ necessary for overseeing and guiding mnemonic strategies.
7.26 Monitoring strategies involve mechanisms or processes that influence the development of new strategies, strategy selection and efficiency to meet task demands and task completion.
7.27 Memory monitoring is affected by the selection and application of learned mnemonic strategies which become automated and quasi-reflective processes, especially in predictable task outcome situations.
7.28 Complex, novel task situations instigate the development and application of novel strategies which are highly conscious, monitored and controlled processes facilitating the determination of strategy effectiveness.

See other related assertions on page 113 in the book The Taxonomy of Metacognition.

Diagram 7.8