Metacognition and Uncertainty in Trait Self-Evaluations

Jacob Elder & Brent Hughes
Participants self-evaluate on traits while providing confidence judgments for their self-evaluations. We test whether confidence manipulations lead to differentially greater uncertainty (lower confidence) for those made to feel uncertain about themselves. Moreover, we test whether this greater uncertainty is related is different between traits depending on their centrality.
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