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-Being [[mindfulness|mindfully]] aware of your own decision, reactions and biases are a fundamental element of metacognition,​ and Daniel Kahneman (see above) provided a lot of considered attention to such awareness in our own minds when faced with certain situations in life. A study with primary school children came to positive conclusions and suggested that mindfulness-based interventions can develop metacognitive skills in individuals ([[https://​www.frontiersin.org/​articles/​10.3389/​fpsyg.2015.02025/​full|reference]]).+Being [[mindfulness|mindfully]] aware of your own decision, reactions and biases are a fundamental element of metacognition,​ and Daniel Kahneman (see above) provided a lot of considered attention to such awareness in our own minds when faced with certain situations in life. A study with primary school children came to positive conclusions and suggested that mindfulness-based interventions can develop metacognitive skills in individuals ([[https://​www.frontiersin.org/​articles/​10.3389/​fpsyg.2015.02025/​full|reference]]). This makes sense, as being mindfully aware of your own thoughts, biases and decision-making processes are all major aspects of being metacognitively strong.
  
  
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