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We first give a coarse-grained modal-logical analysis of the four best known second-order false-belief tasks. This preliminary analysis shows that the four tasks. An investigation of first-order false belief understanding of children with congenital profound visual Three first-order false belief tasks were presented).
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ChildrenвЂ™s first and second-order false-belief reasoning in a verbal and a low-verbal task Confronting the Language Barrier: Theory of Mind in measured by a battery of first- and second-order belief tasks. the false belief task indicates a lack of
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In second-order false-belief tasks, An example of a commonly used first-order false-belief task is the вЂњSmarties,вЂќ in which the child is required to 12/11/2007В В· What is the difference between first order and second order beliefs for preschoolers to understand than were tasks involving the false belief
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