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August 21, 2019
We view ourselves and others as causal agents who pursue goals and act efficiently to make things happen, but where do these intuitions come from? In a new paper funded by the Center for Brains,...

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Harvard University graduate student Shari Liu discuses their findings about how human infants by 3-months-old already have an abstract notion of other people, their goals and their actions, as...

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