Metacognition Awareness Inventory: Adaptation for Indian Working Professionals.

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Abstract

Metacognition, a term that is scarcely used at workplaces, drives emotional intelligence, social intelligence, problem-solving skills and learning capabilities of individuals. In this context, the present research puts forward an adaptation of Metacognition Awareness Inventory (originally developed by Schraw and Dennison, 1994) for working professionals. The inventory was adapted by administering MAI, reworded for work context, on 297 working professionals. The composite reliability score has been found to be .90. Convergent validity has also been established. The inventory can now be used for working professionals to assess their metacognitive ability, which in turn facilitates an insight into their problem-solving abilities, capacity for collaboration and mindfulness.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2018

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