Social Cognition

Social cognition refers to abilities that are essential for communication with fellow human beings, such as the ability to put oneself in other people's shoes and to make assumptions about their state of mind, thoughts, intentions, wishes or motives. The ability to social cognition can be severely impaired by various mental disorders and after neurological diseases.

Why is social cognition is an important criterion for neuropsychology?

Theory of Mind describes the ability to put oneself in another person’s position and make assumptions about feelings, thoughts, intentions, wishes or motives.

It is an important sociocognitive function and is essential for complex communication.

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