Do cognitive and metacognitive processes set the stage for each other?

Roelle J, Nowitzki C, Berthold K (2017)
Learning and Instruction 50: 54-64.

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Roelle J, Nowitzki C, Berthold K. Do cognitive and metacognitive processes set the stage for each other? Learning and Instruction. 2017;50:54-64.
Roelle, J., Nowitzki, C., & Berthold, K. (2017). Do cognitive and metacognitive processes set the stage for each other? Learning and Instruction, 50, 54-64. doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2016.11.009
Roelle, J., Nowitzki, C., and Berthold, K. (2017). Do cognitive and metacognitive processes set the stage for each other? Learning and Instruction 50, 54-64.
Roelle, J., Nowitzki, C., & Berthold, K., 2017. Do cognitive and metacognitive processes set the stage for each other? Learning and Instruction, 50, p 54-64.
J. Roelle, C. Nowitzki, and K. Berthold, “Do cognitive and metacognitive processes set the stage for each other?”, Learning and Instruction, vol. 50, 2017, pp. 54-64.
Roelle, J., Nowitzki, C., Berthold, K.: Do cognitive and metacognitive processes set the stage for each other? Learning and Instruction. 50, 54-64 (2017).
Roelle, Julian, Nowitzki, Christine, and Berthold, Kirsten. “Do cognitive and metacognitive processes set the stage for each other?”. Learning and Instruction 50 (2017): 54-64.
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