The brain represents people as the mental states they habitually experience

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Description: OSF repository for Thornton, Weaverdyck, & Tamir (2019) Nature Communications. See wiki for data/code dictionary.

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This study draws on data from three previous investigations. The original code and data for those studies are available here as linked components. See below for a description of the data/code specific to this study: /Neural, textual, and ratings analyses ad_dims.csv - ratings of mental states on trait likeness, duration, and trait-diagnosticity alphamask.nii - binary 3D image mask indicating whic...

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  • The social brain automatically predicts others’ future mental states

    Raw MRI data available here: https://openneuro.org/datasets/ds001105

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  • Theories of person perception predict patterns of neural activity during mentalizing

    Stimuli, behavioral data, preprocessed neural data, and presentation and analysis code from: Thornton and Mitchell (2017, Cerebral Cortex, https://doi...

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  • Neural evidence that three dimensions organize mental state representation: Rationality, social impact, and valence

    OSF project directory for: Tamir*, Thornton*, Contreras, and Mitchell (2016). Neural evidence that three dimensions organize mental state representati...

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  • The brain represents people as the mental states they habitually experience

    Social life requires us to treat each person according to their unique disposition: habitually enthusiastic friends need occasional grounding, whereas...

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