Dolphins on the witness stand? The comparative psychology of strategic memory regulation

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (3):345-346 (2003)
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Abstract

Smith et al. show that monkeys and dolphins can respond adaptively under conditions of uncertainty, suggesting that they monitor subjective uncertainty and control their behavior accordingly. Drawing on our own work with humans on the strategic regulation of memory reporting, we argue that, so far, the distinction between monitoring and control has not been addressed sufficiently in metacognitive animal research.

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