Enter the Wild: Autistic Traits and Their Relationship to Mentalizing and Social Interaction in Everyday Life

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This project contains material, data and code of the study "Enter the Wild: Autistic Traits and Their Relationship to Mentalizing and Social Interaction in Everyday Life". The Markdown script "EntertheWild.Rmd" knits the corresponding manuscript. The collected smartphone usage raw data is sensitive (e.g., geolocation in combination with the usage of certain apps). Thus, the possibility that a pers...

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  • Enter the Wild: Autistic Traits and Their Relationship to Mentalizing and Social Interaction in Everyday Life

    Theories derived from lab-based research emphasize the importance of mentalizing for social interaction and propose a link between mentalizing, autist...

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