The use of embodied self-rotation for visual and spatial perspective-taking

@inproceedings{Surtees2013TheUO,
  title={The use of embodied self-rotation for visual and spatial perspective-taking},
  author={Andrew Surtees and Ian A. Apperly and Dana Samson},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2013}
}
Previous research has shown that calculating if something is to someone's left or right involves a simulative process recruiting representations of our own body in imagining ourselves in the position of the other person (Kessler and Rutherford, 2010). We compared left and right judgements from another's spatial position (spatial perspective judgements) to judgements of how a numeral appeared from another's point of view (visual perspective judgements). Experiment 1 confirmed that these visual… CONTINUE READING

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