Paper - Implicit and explicit false belief development in preschool children

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    • author: Charlotte Grosse Wiesmann, Angela Friederici, Tania Singer, Nikolaus Steinbeis
    • title: Implicit and explicit false belief development in preschool children
    • year: 20162016

  • Similar to Paper - Action Anticipation Through Attribution of False Belief by 2-Year-Olds (Southgate)Paper - Action Anticipation Through Attribution of False Belief by 2-Year-Olds (Southgate)

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    author: Victoria Southgate, Atsushi Senju, Gergely Csibra
    title: Action Anticipation Through Attribution of False Belief by 2-Year-Olds
    year: [[2007]]


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    by Southgate, this study tests if children younger than 3 years old possess an implicit theory of mindtheory of mind
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  • They take a closer look at the connection between explicit task success and executive skills
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  • They had significantly more familiarization trials compared to the southgate study
  • Their results show that there is no correlation between explicit and implicit false belief tasks and they propose that there is a "dual process account", claiming that there are two different kinds of Theory of Mind