volume 71, issue 9, P1980-1987 2018
DOI: 10.1177/1747021817734690
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Abstract: It is now well established that relative to their younger counterparts, older adults experience difficulties on tasks that require the conscious and explicit processing of others' mental states (e.g., beliefs, intentions; theory of mind [ToM]). Despite the importance of relatively automatic and unconscious mental state attribution processes in everyday life, no study to date has tested whether tasks that require the implicit processing of others' belief states also show age-related changes. In this study, youn…

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