Rola metapoznawczego Ja w poszukiwaniu diagnostycznych informacji o sobie
Agnieszka Fanslau, Hanna Brycz
Rocznik: 2019 Tom: 25 Numer: 2
Metacognitive self is self-insight into one’s own biases. The aim of our study was to explore if metacognitive self (MCS) affects the intensity of searching for diagnostic information about the self. Participants consisted of 225 students who completed two questionnaires: Metacognitive Self Questionnaire (MCSQ-24) (Brycz and Konarski, 2016), and Self-Diagnostic Motive Scale (SDMS) (Brycz, et. al., 2018) twice in the academic year 2015/2016. The results show that individuals with higher metacognitive self are more likely to seek diagnostic information about themselves than people with a lower level of this characteristic. Moreover, a significant difference between measurements in the pursuit of self-assessment and self-improvement is a function of metacognitive self.