Visual perspective taking impairment in children with autistic spectrum disorder

@article{Hamilton2009VisualPT,
  title={Visual perspective taking impairment in children with autistic spectrum disorder},
  author={Antonia Hamilton and Rachel M. Brindley and Uta Frith},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2009},
  volume={113},
  pages={37-44}
}
Evidence from typical development and neuroimaging studies suggests that level 2 visual perspective taking - the knowledge that different people may see the same thing differently at the same time - is a mentalising task. Thus, we would expect children with autism, who fail typical mentalising tasks like false belief, to perform poorly on level 2 visual perspective taking as well. However, prior data on this issue are inconclusive. We re-examined this question, testing a group of 23 young… CONTINUE READING
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