<< Self-evaluation of one's own ignorance requires us to peer into our own mind retrospectively. [AA] found that only the bilateral frontopolar cortices (area 10) are recruited for metacognitive evaluation of non-experienced events in macaque monkeys performing metacognitive confidence judgment on memory >>
Kentaro Miyamoto, Rieko Setsuie, et al. Reversible Silencing of the Frontopolar Cortex Selectively Impairs Metacognitive Judgment on Non-experience in Primates.
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Cognitive Neuroscience and the Awareness of Ignorance. Jan 27, 2018.