In this PowerPoint file, authors of monograph 86(3) describe classic false belief tasks and explain why children can pass this measure without understanding false beliefs. They offer the Belief Understanding Scale as an alternative assessment and discuss the methodological and theoretical implications of their approach. This resource could be used by instructors in an upper-level undergraduate or graduate class.
Created by William Fabricius, Amy Weimer, and Annelise Pesch. All rights reserved.
Fabricius, W., Weimer, A., and Pesche, A. (2021) The Role of Perceptual Access Reasoning (PAR) in the Development of Theory of Mind [PowerPoint]. Retrieved from https://monographmatters.srcd.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/What-is-Theory-of-Mind-PowerPoint-86-3.pptx