Consensus Goals in the Field of Visual Metacognition

Dobromir RAHNEV*, Tarryn BALSDON, Lucie CHARLES, Vincent DE GARDELLE, Rachel DENSION, Kobe DESENDER, Nathan FAIVRE, Elisa FILEVICH, Stephen M. FLEMING, Janneke JEHEE, Hakwan LAU, Alan L. F. LEE, Shannon M. LOCKE, Pascal MAMASSIAN, Brian ODEGAARD, Megan PETERS, Gabriel REYES, Marion ROUAULT, Jerome SACKUR, Jason SAMAHAClaire SERGENT, Maxine T. SHERMAN, Marta SIEDLECKA, David SOTO, Alexandra VLASSOVA, Ariel ZYLBERBERG

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

Despite the tangible progress in psychological and cognitive sciences over the last several years, these disciplines still trail other more mature sciences in identifying the most important questions that need to be solved. Reaching such consensus could lead to greater synergy across different laboratories, faster progress, and increased focus on solving important problems rather than pursuing isolated, niche efforts. Here, 26 researchers from the field of visual metacognition reached consensus on four long-term and two medium-term common goals. We describe the process that we followed, the goals themselves, and our plans for accomplishing these goals. If this effort proves successful within the next few years, such consensus building around common goals could be adopted more widely in psychological science.
Original languageEnglish
Article number174569162210756
JournalPerspectives on Psychological Science
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 15 Jul 2022

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Keywords

  • confidence
  • goals
  • perceptual decision making
  • visual metacognition

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