What puts the “meta” in metacognition?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32 (2):138-139 (2009)
Abstract
This commentary suggests an alternate definition for metacognition, as well as an alternate basis for the relation in representation. These together open the way for an understanding of mindreading that is significantly different from the one advocated by Carruthers
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