Data from: Differentiating self-projection from simulation during mentalizing: evidence from fMRI

Matthias Schurz, Christoph Kogler, Thomas Scherndl, Martin Kronbichler & Anton Kühberger
We asked participants to predict which of two colors a similar other (student) and a dissimilar other (retiree) likes better. We manipulated if color-pairs were two hues from the same color-category (e.g. green) or two conceptually different colors (e.g. green versus blue). In the former case, the mental state that has to be represented (i.e., the percept of two different hues of green) is predominantly non-conceptual or phenomenal in nature, which should promote mental simulation...
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