False belief and counterfactual reasoning in a social environment

@article{Hoeck2014FalseBA,
  title={False belief and counterfactual reasoning in a social environment},
  author={Nicole Van Hoeck and Elizabet Begtas and Johan Steen and Jenny Kestemont and Marie Vandekerckhove and Frank Van Overwalle},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={90},
  pages={315-325}
}
Behavioral studies indicate that theory of mind and counterfactual reasoning are strongly related cognitive processes. In a neuroimaging study, we explored the common and distinct regions underlying these inference processes. We directly compared false belief reasoning (inferring an agent's false belief about an object's location or content) and counterfactual reasoning (inferring what the object's location or content would be if an agent had acted differently), both in contrast with a baseline… CONTINUE READING
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