False-belief task refers to a type of task used in theory-of-mind studies, in which the child must infer that another person does not possess knowledge that he or she possesses, that is, that other person holds a belief that is false. Moreover, False-belief task is defined as a method of assessing one’s understanding that people can hold inaccurate beliefs that can influence their conduct, wrong as these beliefs may be
consensus effect refers to the tendency to believe that our opinions and shortcomings are relatively common.
effect refers to the tendency to believe that our strengths and virtues are rare and distinctive.
criterion for evaluating the scientific merit of theories. A theory is "Falsifiable" when it is capable of generating predictions that could be disconfirmed.
Falsifiability view refers to the assertion by Popper that negative results of a test are more informative than positive results
Falsification refers to a form of deception that creates a fiction; a lie.
specific language impairment within a family . High Familial concentration suggests a genetic basis.