Confabulation, confidence, and introspection

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32 (2):144-145 (2009)
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Abstract

Carruthers' arguments depend on a tenuous interpretation of cases from the confabulation literature. Specifically, Carruthers maintains that cases of confabulation are from cases of alleged introspection. However, in typical cases of confabulation, the self-attributions are characterized by low confidence, in contrast to cases of alleged introspection

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Shaun Nichols
Cornell University