The social brain: Does guessing others’ intentions make a difference when we learn?

People regularly engage in sophisticated ‘mentalizing’ (i.e. guessing the intentions or beliefs of others) whenever they convince, teach, deceive, and so on. Researchers have now demonstrated the laws that govern these intuitions and how efficient they are for anticipating the behavior of other people. —> Read More Here

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