Tfw you fail the Sally-Anne autism test
Sally takes a marble and hides it in her basket. She then "leaves" the room and goes for a walk. While she is away, Anne takes the marble out of Sally's basket and puts it in her own box. Sally is then reintroduced and the child is asked the key question, the Belief Question: "Where will Sally look for her marble?"
Someone is posing as me then. Ive never posted on /int/. Link to thread
thats a pretty autistic face, appropriate for your accomplishment
I remembered that face then.
Adelaide bro here
you sound like you could use some more
It's supposedly because people with autism can't put themselves in the shoes of other people. They see the fact that the marble has been moved to a new place and can't understand why the girl wouldn't just look in the new place, not understanding that she has no knowledge of it being moved.
Yeah. OP added all these weird phrasings to it.
>hides it in her baskeet
Why hides why not just puts
>she then "leaves" the room
Quotations because why not
>puts it in her own box
Sounds like its talking about sallys box or something
Just say she came back into the room
>the child is asked the key question, the Belief Question
It took so long for me to realize "the child" in question isn't Sally, it's the person taking the test
No, an autist can't into empathy. He cannot grasp that Sally does not saw Anne stealing it, and therefore does not know that Anne stole her marbe.
The autist assumes that since HE knows that Anne stole the marble, everyone else knows too including Sally, and that therefore Sally will look in Annes Box.