Torralva T, Gleichgerrcht E, Roca M, Ibanez A, Marenco V, Rattazzi A, Manes F Impaired theory of mind but intact decision-making in Asperger syndrome: Implications for the relationship between these cognitive domains. Psychiatry Research 2012

Torralva T, Gleichgerrcht E, Roca M, Ibanez A, Marenco V, Rattazzi A, Manes F Impaired theory of mind but intact decision-making in Asperger syndrome: Implications for the relationship between these cognitive domains. Psychiatry Research 2012

Impaired theory of mind but intact decision-making in Asperger syndrome: Implications for the relationship between these cognitive domains.

AutoresTorralva T, Gleichgerrcht E, Roca M, Ibanez A, Marenco V, Rattazzi A, Manes F
Año2012
Journal Torralva T, Gleichgerrcht E, Roca M, Ibanez A, Marenco V, Rattazzi A, Manes F
VolumenS0165-1781(12): 455-456
Abstract The relationship between decision making and theory of mind (TOM) has been hardly investigated in patients with Asperger Syndrome (AS). Here, we show that the AS group (n=25) exhibited deficits on a complex TOM task, yet were unimpaired in a decision-making test. No association was found between these two domains.
Otra información Estudiamos la relación entre la toma de decisiones y la teoría de la mente (TOM) en pacientes con síndrome de Asperger demostrando que éstos exhiben deficits en pruebas complejas de TOM con preservación de la toma de decisiones. No se encontraron asociaciones entre estos dos dominios cognitivos.

 

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