Seeing through another's eyes

Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 21:30 in Psychology & Sociology

New research provides direct evidence that we can take others' perspectives because we spontaneously form mental images of how the world looks to the other person, so that we can virtually see through their eyes and make judgements as if it was what we were seeing.

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