Theory of Mind

  • Professor Jonathan Hill

    Personality Function, Dysfunction, and the Social Domains Organisation of Mentalizing Processes

    In this three-part Papers Podcast, Professor Jonathan Hill discusses his JCPP paper ‘The social domains organization of mentalizing processes in adolescents: a contribution to the conceptualization of personality function and dysfunction in young people’.

    This three-part podcast explores the controversy surrounding personality function and dysfunction, focuses on mentalizing, the mentalizing processes, and social domains, and provides an overview of the paper, methodology, key findings, and implications for practice.

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #51 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #51 of 60: Developmental language disorders a follow-up in later adult life. Cognitive, language and psychosocial outcomes

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  • Compensating for ASD: masking the truth?

    “Compensation” is a phenomenon by which individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) show improvements in overt symptoms, namely their understanding of others (“theory-of-mind”, ToM), despite persisting deficits at the cognitive and neurobiological levels.

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  • Professor Uta Frith

    Professor Uta Frith – ‘a trailblazer for autism’

    Interview with Professor Uta Frith, Emeritus Professor of Cognitive Development at University College London about her life, career and research on autism spectrum disorders.

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