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The authors have a hypothesis that metacognition is effective in finding the meaning and value to people themselves when they encounter something new. This hypothesis means that the promotion of new value creation requires the trial-and-error verbalization of how the surrounding environment and given knowledge relate to their own body and mind and what meaning they have, which is herein called ldquometacognitionrdquo. This paper will reconsider metacognition in terms of value creation in everyday life, verify this hypothesis, and discuss the potential of metacognition as an elemental technology for value creation.
Date of Conference: 12-15 Oct. 2008