P150. Computational Characterization of Social Inference Deficits Associated With Autism Traits During Observational Learning

      One's ability to infer the goals and intentions of others is crucial for social interactions and, more generally, to function in society at large. This skill set varies broadly across individuals, and more severe deficits are commonly associated with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), as well as other comorbidities such as social anxiety. However, despite the importance of social inference, the underlying computational principles and the link between their disruption and individual variability remain poorly understood.
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