Neurale Korrelate affektiver und kognitiver Theory of Mind - eine fMRT-Studie

Theory of Mind (ToM) bezeichnet die Fähigkeit, sich in andere Personen hineinzuversetzen, um deren Überzeugungen oder Wünsche zu erfassen. Die ToM-Fähigkeit ist bei verschiedenen psychiatrischen und neurologischen Erkrankungen beeinträchtigt, was bei den PatientInnen zu einer Minderung der Lebensqua...

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Main Author: Kübler, Dorothee
Contributors: Dodel, Richard (Prof. Dr.) (Thesis advisor)
Format: Dissertation
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2012
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