from month 10/2014

Another look at the two-systems model of mindreading

Apperly and Butterfill (2009) and Butterfill and Apperly (2013) have proposed a two-systems model of mindreading. According to this model, humans make use of two distinct psychological systems in mindreading tasks. The model rests on three related claims. First of all, the early-developing system, ...

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[extended deadline] Berlin Symposium on Reciprocity and Social Cognition

The deadline for submissions to this symposium has been extended to November the 1st. A symposium on 'Reciprocity and social cognition' organized by Anna Strasser, Stephen Butterfill, Richard Moore, Olle Blomberg will take place at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain, 23–25 March ...

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Symposium on Reciprocity and Social Cognition

Reciprocity and social cognition 23–25 March 2015 Symposium organized by Anna Strasser, Stephen Butterfill, Richard Moore, Olle Blomberg Venue: Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Luisenstraße 56, Festsaal, 10117 Berlin Abstract Reciprocity and social cognition 
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