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Other Minds

How Humans Bridge the Divide Between Self and Others



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One of the great challenges of social cognitive science is to understand how we can enter, or "read," the minds of others-that is, infer complex mental states such as beliefs, desires, intentions, and emotions. This book brings together leading scholars from psychology, neuroscience, and philosophy to present cutting-edge theories and empirical findings on this essential topic. Written in an engaging, accessible style, the volume examines the cognitive processes underlying mindreading; how interpersonal understanding and empathy develop across the lifespan; connections to language, communication, and relationships; and what happens when mindreading fails, in both normal and clinical populations.

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Edited by Bertram F. Malle and Sara D. Hodges, both at University of Oregon, USA
Release date NZ
September 8th, 2005
Edited by Bertram F. Malle Edited by Sara D. Hodges
Country of Publication
United States
Guilford Publications
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