Theories of person perception predict patterns of neural activity during mentalizing

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Description: Stimuli, behavioral data, preprocessed neural data, and presentation and analysis code from: Thornton and Mitchell (2017, Cerebral Cortex, https://doi.org/10.1093/cercor/bhx216). Theories of person perception predict patterns of neural activity during mentalizing.

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How do perceivers spontaneously organize the information they draw upon to make inferences about others? Using feature encoding models, we show that five dimensional theories of person perception can predict patterns of neural activity elicited by mentalizing about public figures. These models generalize across participants, targets, and the trait-state boundary.

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