Research shows for the first time how we use others' viewpoints to make decisions

MedicalXpress - 02-21

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Everyday life is full of situations that require us to take others' perspectives—for example, when showing a book to a child, we intuitively know how to hold it so that they can see it well, even if it is harder to see for ourselves. Or when performing before an audience, we often can't help but picture how we will look to the other people.