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Reduced sensitivity to social priors during action prediction in adults with autism spectrum disorders
Valérian CHAMBON Former Fyssen 2009 – 2010 & Research Grant holder 2014 Article publié dans Cognition 160 (2017) 17–26 Abstract: « An extensive amount of evidence has documented a diminished ability to predict and understand other people’s action in individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Recently, two theoretical accounts, the ‘‘Hypo-priors” and the ‘‘Aberrant precision” hypotheses, […]En savoir plus
Wild primates copy higher-ranked individuals in a social transmission experiment
Charlotte Canteloup, Former Fyssen 2017 Will Hoppitt & Erica van de Waal Nature Communications, 2020, 11:459 Abstract Little is known about how multiple social learning strategies interact and how organisms integrate both individual and social information. Here we combine, in a wild primate, an open diffusion experiment with a modeling approach: Network-Based Diffusion Analysis using […]En savoir plus