Pigeon parallels to human metacognition

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (3):343-344 (2003)
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The target authors make a strong case for parallels between human and nonhuman metacognition. The case may be bolstered by an appeal to the literatures on commitment and self-control and to that on observing behavior.
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