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  1. Are Mentalizing Systems Necessary? An Alternative Through Self–other Distinction.Masayuki Watanabe - forthcoming - Review of Philosophy and Psychology:1-21.
    Recent studies have identified two important findings on infants’ capability of taking others’ perspectives and the difficulty of ignoring perspectives irrelevant to the acquired perspective. Unfortunately, there is insufficient consensus on the interpretation of these phenomena. Two important features of perspective-taking, embodiment and aging, should be considered to reach a more appropriate hypothesis. In this paper, the mechanism of perspective-taking can be redefined through the well-known process of self–other distinction, which is inherent to humans, without resorting to either the assumption (...)
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  • Altercentric Cognition: How Others Influence Our Cognitive Processing.Dora Kampis & Victoria Southgate - 2020 - Trends in Cognitive Sciences 24 (11):945-959.