Listeners invest in an assumed other’s perspective despite cognitive cost

  title={Listeners invest in an assumed other’s perspective despite cognitive cost},
  author={Nicholas D. Duran and R. Dale and Roger J. Kreuz},
We explored perspective-taking behavior in a visuospatial mental rotation task that requires listeners to adopt an egocentric or "other-centric" frame of reference. In the current task, objects could be interpreted relative to the point-of-view of the listener (egocentric) or of a simulated partner (other-centric). Across three studies, we evaluated participants' willingness to consider and act on partner-specific information, showing that a partner's perceived ability to contribute to… CONTINUE READING
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