Intergroup visual perspective-taking: Shared group membership impairs self-perspective inhibition but may facilitate perspective calculation.

Abstract

Reasoning about what other people see, know, and want is essential for navigating social life. Yet, even neurodevelopmentally healthy adults make perspective-taking errors. Here, we examined how the group membership of perspective-taking targets (ingroup vs. outgroup) affects processes underlying visual perspective-taking. In three experiments using two… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cognition.2017.06.003

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@article{Simpson2017IntergroupVP, title={Intergroup visual perspective-taking: Shared group membership impairs self-perspective inhibition but may facilitate perspective calculation.}, author={Austin J. Simpson and Andrew R. Todd}, journal={Cognition}, year={2017}, volume={166}, pages={371-381} }