This volume achieves this reconciliation as developmental, social, and abnormal psychologies are brought together with linguistic and communication sciences and the burgeoning area of social cognitive neuroscience.
Encyclopedic in its range, it will serve as a handbook for all those committed to explaining the human capacity for social understanding. Bertram F. His research examines the cognitive tools that humans bring to social interaction, such as the folk concept of intentionality, inferences of mental states, and explanations of behavior.
Sara D. Her research, which has been published in scholarly journals and edited volumes, explores the role of the self in people's perceptions of others, with a particular emphasis on empathy, projection, and social comparison. Hodges also studies how people construct evaluations and preferences in social contexts.
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Her research has received funding from the National Science Foundation, and she has been the recipient of two Rippey Innovative Teaching Awards at the University of Oregon. Questions about the Phenomenon 1. Moses 2. Three Puzzles of Mindreading, Bertram F.
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Hutto II. Reading Behavior, Reading Minds 5. Is There a ""Social Brain""?
Participants employed projection consistently, regardless of the perceived similarity to the target person. This result suggests that further examination of conditions that trigger different mental state inference strategies is needed.
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Other Minds - Bertram F Malle, Sara D Hodges - Häftad () | Bokus
Hodges Paperback. Paperback January 8, Malle and Hodges have brought together a stellar group of investigators to probe the ways in which people perceive and think about 'other minds. The advances in theory of mind, simulation theory, and empathy research, to name a few, reassure us that the day for the total reduction of psychology has not yet come. That's over now, and instead the hot new topic is how people manage the trick of perceiving other minds—as well as understanding their own minds.
This book brings together exciting current views of the process of mind perception from laboratories studying social, cognitive, developmental, and neuroscientific psychology. Fittingly, this excellent and timely volume likewise displays a variety of perspectives on how people approach the 'problem of other minds,' both when mindreading is successfully accomplished and when efforts to do so fall short. Anyone who wants to better understand this subject would be well advised to read this book.
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