New paper published in Personality Neuroscience

A paper entitled "Human Metacognition Across Domains: Insights from Individual Differences and Neuroimaging" has been published in Personality Neuroscience. Congratulations to Marion and Andy!

The article reviews recent literature on the domain-generality of human metacognition, drawing on evidence from individual differences, behavioural studies and neuroimaging. A meta-analysis of behavioural studies found perceptual metacognitive ability being correlated across different sensory modalities, but not between metacognition of perception and memory. Evidence from neuroimaging studies provided a complementary perspective on the domain-generality of metacognition, revealing co-existence of neural signatures that are common and distinct across tasks. 

 Figure 5. Different methodologies for quantifying brain structure and function shed light on the underpinnings of metacognition across domains.

Figure 5. Different methodologies for quantifying brain structure and function shed light on the underpinnings of metacognition across domains.