Methodologies, not method, for primate theory of mind

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (1):126-127 (1998)
Abstract
Heyes correctly points out some problems in primate theory of mind, but lacks a critical approach to children's theory of mind, and at times implies meta-awareness when discussing theory of mind. Also, in selecting pure experimental designs, she ignores its limitations, as well as the merits, and at times the necessity, of other methodologies.
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