Anatomical coupling between distinct metacognitive systems for memory and visual perception.

@article{McCurdy2013AnatomicalCB,
  title={Anatomical coupling between distinct metacognitive systems for memory and visual perception.},
  author={Li Yan McCurdy and Brian Maniscalco and Janet Metcalfe and Ka Yuet Liu and Floris P de Lange and Hakwan Lau},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 5},
  pages={1897-906}
}
A recent study found that, across individuals, gray matter volume in the frontal polar region was correlated with visual metacognition capacity (i.e., how well one's confidence ratings distinguish between correct and incorrect judgments). A question arises as to whether the putative metacognitive mechanisms in this region are also used in other metacognitive tasks involving, for example, memory. A novel psychophysical measure allowed us to assess metacognitive efficiency separately in a visual… CONTINUE READING
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