Kliesch, Christian; O'Grady, Cathleen; Smith, Kenny; Scott-Phillips, Thom. (2014). Revised Imposing Memory Task videos, [moving image]. University of Edinburgh, School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences. http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/51.
The Imposing Memory Task (IMT) has been used to study recursive mindreading ability, the ability to mentally represent the mental representations of others. O'Grady, Kliesch, Smith & Scott-Phillips, submitted, "The ease, extent, and evolution of recursive mindreading" identify several issues with existing instantiations of the IMT, and provide an alternative IMT set, featuring both explicit (i.e. narrated) and implicit (i.e. acted out) presentations of 4 stories, with associated question items to probe understanding of the complex events and mental representations featured in the stories.
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