The involvement of emotion recognition in affective theory of mind

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MIER, Daniela, Stefanie LIS, Kerstin NEUTHE, Carina SAUER, Christine ESSLINGER, Bernd GALLHOFER, Peter KIRSCH, 2010. The involvement of emotion recognition in affective theory of mind. In: Psychophysiology. 47(6), pp. 1028-1039. ISSN 0048-5772. eISSN 1540-5958. Available under: doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2010.01031.x

@article{Mier2010-11invol-45195, title={The involvement of emotion recognition in affective theory of mind}, year={2010}, doi={10.1111/j.1469-8986.2010.01031.x}, number={6}, volume={47}, issn={0048-5772}, journal={Psychophysiology}, pages={1028--1039}, author={Mier, Daniela and Lis, Stefanie and Neuthe, Kerstin and Sauer, Carina and Esslinger, Christine and Gallhofer, Bernd and Kirsch, Peter} }

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