Bernadette Rogé https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0129-9545

Etienne Mullet https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1707-3914


Este estudio piloto comparo la capacidad de toma de perspectiva de 28 personas con autismo con la de 27 personas sin autismo. Los participantes examinaron escenarios realísticos describiendo una persona que quiere comprar un vestido (a) que cuesta más o menos caro y (b) que le va muy bien o le va bien, pero sin más (factores de situación). Además, la persona que compra esta descrita como una persona que compra fácilmente o como una persona frugal (factor de personalidad). Los participantes juzgaron de la probabilidad que la persona vaya, en cada situación, a comprar el vestido. De la misma manera que los participantes sin autismo, los participantes con autismo fueron capaces de tener en cuenta la personalidad del comprador en sus juicios de probabilidad. No obstante, solo los 15 participantes con autismo que presentaban el síndrome de Asperger descrito en el DSM IV fueron, dela misma manera que los participantes sin autismo, capaces de variar el impacto, en sus juicios, de los factores de situación en función de la personalidad del comprador. 



trastorno del espectro autista, sindrome de asperger, juicio, toma de perspectiva cognitiva

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Rogé, B., & Mullet, E. (2019). Toma de perspectiva cognitiva en personas con autismo: Un estudio piloto. Universitas Psychologica, 18(5), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy18-5.ptap
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