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    Level 2 Perspective-Taking Distinguishes Automatic and Non-Automatic Belief-Tracking.Katheryn Edwards & Jason Low - 2019 - Cognition 193 (C):104017.
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    Visibly Constraining an Agent Modulates Observers' Automatic False-Belief Tracking.Jason Low, Katheryn Edwards & Stephen A. Butterfill - forthcoming - Scientific Reports.
    Our motor system can generate representations which carry information about the goals of another agent's actions. However, it is not known whether motor representations play a deeper role in social understanding, and, in particular, whether they enable tracking others' beliefs. Here we show that, for adult observers, reliably manifesting an ability to track another's false belief critically depends on representing the agent's potential actions motorically. One signature of motor representations is that they can be disrupted by constraints on an observed (...)
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