Measures of metacognition on signal-detection theoretic models.

  title={Measures of metacognition on signal-detection theoretic models.},
  author={Adam B. Barrett and Zoltan Dienes and Anil K. Seth},
  journal={Psychological methods},
  volume={18 4},
Analyzing metacognition, specifically knowledge of accuracy of internal perceptual, memorial, or other knowledge states, is vital for many strands of psychology, including determining the accuracy of feelings of knowing and discriminating conscious from unconscious cognition. Quantifying metacognitive sensitivity is however more challenging than quantifying basic stimulus sensitivity. Under popular signal-detection theory (SDT) models for stimulus classification tasks, approaches based on Type… CONTINUE READING
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