Two Systems for Mindreading ?

@inproceedings{Carruthers2016TwoSF,
  title={Two Systems for Mindreading ?},
  author={Peter Carruthers},
  year={2016}
}
A number of two-systems accounts have been proposed to explain the apparent discrepancy between infants’ early success in nonverbal mindreading tasks, on the one hand, and the failures of children younger than four to pass verballymediated false-belief tasks, on the other. Many of these accounts have not been empirically fruitful. This paper focuses, in contrast, on the two-systems proposal put forward by Ian Apperly and colleagues (Apperly & Butterfill, Psychological Review, 116, 953–97