Dissociating Neural Correlates of Action Monitoring and Metacognition of Agency

@article{Miele2011DissociatingNC,
  title={Dissociating Neural Correlates of Action Monitoring and Metacognition of Agency},
  author={David B. Miele and Tor D. Wager and Jason P. Mitchell and Janet Metcalfe},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={23},
  pages={3620-3636}
}
Judgments of agency refer to people's self-reflective assessments concerning their own control: their assessments of the extent to which they themselves are responsible for an action. These self-reflective metacognitive judgments can be distinguished from action monitoring, which involves the detection of the divergence (or lack of divergence) between observed states and expected states. Presumably, people form judgments of agency by metacognitively reflecting on the output of their action… CONTINUE READING
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