Evidence that Simulation Based Mental State Attribution can Enhance Prosocial Behaviour

Rebecca Wheeler

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jul 2012
EventPsyPAG 2012 - Northumbria, United Kingdom
Duration: 18 Jul 201220 Jul 2012

Conference

ConferencePsyPAG 2012
CountryUnited Kingdom
Period18/07/1220/07/12

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Wheeler, R. (2012). Evidence that Simulation Based Mental State Attribution can Enhance Prosocial Behaviour. Poster session presented at PsyPAG 2012, United Kingdom.

Evidence that Simulation Based Mental State Attribution can Enhance Prosocial Behaviour. / Wheeler, Rebecca.

2012. Poster session presented at PsyPAG 2012, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Wheeler, R 2012, 'Evidence that Simulation Based Mental State Attribution can Enhance Prosocial Behaviour' PsyPAG 2012, United Kingdom, 18/07/12 - 20/07/12, .
Wheeler R. Evidence that Simulation Based Mental State Attribution can Enhance Prosocial Behaviour. 2012. Poster session presented at PsyPAG 2012, United Kingdom.
Wheeler, Rebecca. / Evidence that Simulation Based Mental State Attribution can Enhance Prosocial Behaviour. Poster session presented at PsyPAG 2012, United Kingdom.
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