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What models of minds and actions
underpin mental state tracking in different animals?
Krupenye et al, 2017 (movie 1)
Minimal theory of mind specifics a model of minds and actions,
one which could in principle explain chimps, jays or other animals track mental states.
Nonhuman mindreading processes are characterised by a minimal model of minds and actions.
What models of minds and actions underpin mental state tracking in chimpanzees, scrub jays and other animals?
Does the chimpanzee have a theory of mind?
Could a system characterised by minimal theory of mind explain chimpanzee theory of mind abilities?
But does it?