Impact of differing grades of anthropomorphism and embodiment on Theory of Mind (ToM). An fMRI study

Krach S, Hegel F, Wrede B, Buschkaemper S, Sagerer G, Kircher T (2008) .

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Krach S, Hegel F, Wrede B, Buschkaemper S, Sagerer G, Kircher T. Impact of differing grades of anthropomorphism and embodiment on Theory of Mind (ToM). An fMRI study.
Krach, S., Hegel, F., Wrede, B., Buschkaemper, S., Sagerer, G., & Kircher, T. (2008). Impact of differing grades of anthropomorphism and embodiment on Theory of Mind (ToM). An fMRI study. Presented at the .
Krach, S., Hegel, F., Wrede, B., Buschkaemper, S., Sagerer, G., and Kircher, T. (2008).“Impact of differing grades of anthropomorphism and embodiment on Theory of Mind (ToM). An fMRI study”.
Krach, S., et al., 2008. Impact of differing grades of anthropomorphism and embodiment on Theory of Mind (ToM). An fMRI study.
S. Krach, et al., “Impact of differing grades of anthropomorphism and embodiment on Theory of Mind (ToM). An fMRI study”, PSYCHOLOGY PRESS, 2008.
Krach, S., Hegel, F., Wrede, B., Buschkaemper, S., Sagerer, G., Kircher, T.: Impact of differing grades of anthropomorphism and embodiment on Theory of Mind (ToM). An fMRI study. (2008).
Krach, Soeren, Hegel, Frank, Wrede, Britta, Buschkaemper, Stefan, Sagerer, Gerhard, and Kircher, Tilo. “Impact of differing grades of anthropomorphism and embodiment on Theory of Mind (ToM). An fMRI study”., PSYCHOLOGY PRESS, 2008.
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