Tag Archives: social cognition

“I forgot what you thought” : theory of mind abilities in Alzheimer’s disease

“Theory of mind” or ToM is a critical aspect of what is called social cognition, a set of neurocognitive processes allowing us to have normal social interactions. Named because humans are assumed to make “theory” on other’s

Rhythm makes the world go round: neuroimaging reveals the “embodied” roots of high-level social cognition

Significant aspects of information processing in humans are not shared with other species, such as the ability to imagine the mental states of others. However, to some extent this unique ability still seems to depend on “older”