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Moving pictures: Using descriptions of animations to assess Theory of Mind in people with right-hemisphere damage

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Moving pictures : Using descriptions of animations to assess Theory of Mind in people with right-hemisphere damage. / Weed, Ethan; McGregor, William; Nielsen, Jørgen Feldbæk; Roepstorff, Andreas.

Linguistics: the Challenge of Clinical Application: Proceedings of the II International Conference on Clinical Linguistics. red. / Victoria Marrero; Idaira Pineda. 2009. s. 247-248.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingKonferenceabstrakt i proceedingsForskning

Harvard

Weed, E, McGregor, W, Nielsen, JF & Roepstorff, A 2009, Moving pictures: Using descriptions of animations to assess Theory of Mind in people with right-hemisphere damage. i V Marrero & I Pineda (red), Linguistics: the Challenge of Clinical Application: Proceedings of the II International Conference on Clinical Linguistics. s. 247-248, The II International Conference on Clinical Linguistics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spanien, 11/11/2009.

APA

Weed, E., McGregor, W., Nielsen, J. F., & Roepstorff, A. (2009). Moving pictures: Using descriptions of animations to assess Theory of Mind in people with right-hemisphere damage. I V. Marrero, & I. Pineda (red.), Linguistics: the Challenge of Clinical Application: Proceedings of the II International Conference on Clinical Linguistics (s. 247-248)

CBE

Weed E, McGregor W, Nielsen JF, Roepstorff A. 2009. Moving pictures: Using descriptions of animations to assess Theory of Mind in people with right-hemisphere damage. Marrero V, Pineda I, red. I Linguistics: the Challenge of Clinical Application: Proceedings of the II International Conference on Clinical Linguistics. s. 247-248.

MLA

Weed, Ethan o.a.. "Moving pictures: Using descriptions of animations to assess Theory of Mind in people with right-hemisphere damage". og Marrero, Victoria Pineda, Idaira (red.). Linguistics: the Challenge of Clinical Application: Proceedings of the II International Conference on Clinical Linguistics. 2009, 247-248.

Vancouver

Weed E, McGregor W, Nielsen JF, Roepstorff A. Moving pictures: Using descriptions of animations to assess Theory of Mind in people with right-hemisphere damage. I Marrero V, Pineda I, red., Linguistics: the Challenge of Clinical Application: Proceedings of the II International Conference on Clinical Linguistics. 2009. s. 247-248

Author

Weed, Ethan ; McGregor, William ; Nielsen, Jørgen Feldbæk ; Roepstorff, Andreas. / Moving pictures : Using descriptions of animations to assess Theory of Mind in people with right-hemisphere damage. Linguistics: the Challenge of Clinical Application: Proceedings of the II International Conference on Clinical Linguistics. red. / Victoria Marrero ; Idaira Pineda. 2009. s. 247-248

Bibtex

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