Knowledge and the Brain: Why the Knowledge-Centric Theory of Mind Program Needs Neuroscience

Behavioral and Brain Sciences (forthcoming)
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Abstract

The knowledge-centric Theory of Mind research program suggested by Phillips et al. stands to gain significant value by embracing a neurocognitive approach that takes full advantage of techniques like fMRI and EEG. This neurocognitive approach has already begun providing important insights into the mechanisms of knowledge attribution, insights which support the claim that it is more basic than belief attribution.

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Adam Michael Bricker
University of Turku

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