Metacognition Self Assessment Scale
Development of a self-report measure of metacognition: The metacognition self-assessment scale (MSAS). Instrument description and factor structure
Pedone, R., Semerari, A., Riccardi, I., Procacci, M., Nicolò, G., Carcione, A. (2017). Development of a self-report measure of metacognition: The metacognition self-assessment scale (MSAS). Instrument description and factor structure. Clinical Neuropsychiatry, 3(14), 185-194.
The Metacognition Self-Assessment Scale (MSAS)
The MSAS is freely available to download for research purposes. The measure is not yet suited for clinical or diagnostic purposes.
We would like to be able to provide a list of publications of studies using the MSAS, details of papers on this website and links to the full-text where possible. Being included on this webpage does not imply our agreement or approval; it reflects our commitment to open science.
In case you decide to use the MSAS please share your project with Dr. Roberto Pedone (email@example.com)