Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (1):117-118 (1998)

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Gergely Csibra
Central European University
Abstract
Heyes's proposed study for testing whether chimpanzees have a theory of mind is too strong because it requires that the animals apply mental concepts to the interpretation of both their own experiences and the behaviours of others, and too weak because dispositional rather than representational understanding of “ seeing ” is sufficient to pass it
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