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Children with autism often have difficulty with Theory of Mind (ToM), the ability to infer mental states, and pragmatic skills, the contextual use of language. Neuroimaging research suggests ToM and pragmatic skills overlap, as the ability to understand another’s mental state is a prerequisite...
The integration of vision and touch is proposed as a critical factor for processing one’s own body and the bodies of others in the brain. We hypothesize that tactile stimulation on an individual’s face may change the ability to process the faces of other, but not the processing of other visual...
Mentalizing is defined as the ability to attribute mental states to oneself and others. In the context of parental behavior, parents’ tendency to comment on their child’s mental activities refers to the concept of mind-mindedness (MM). MM has been positively associated with various developmental...
Despite initial evidence in favor of the Theory of Mind (ToM) theory of autism, results have been mixed, presumably because the literature is highly heterogeneous. Researchers have increasingly turned to neuroimaging as a tool to provide additional insights regarding ToM differences in autism....
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