Triangulation, intervening variables, and experience projection

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (1):132-133 (1998)
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Abstract

I focus on the logic of the goggles experiment, which if it as watertight as Heyes argues, should clearly support ape theory of mind if positive, and clearly reject it if negative. This is not the case, since the experiment tests for only one kind of mindreading, “experience projection”: but it is an excellent test for this, given adequate controls.

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