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Minor edits[edit]

Information.svg Please remember to mark your edits, such as your recent edits to Sally-Anne test, as minor if (and only if) they genuinely are minor edits (see Help:Minor edit). Marking a major change as a minor one is considered poor etiquette. The rule of thumb is that only an edit that consists solely of spelling corrections, formatting changes, or rearranging of text without modifying content should be flagged as a 'minor edit.' Thank you. Hiding your non-minor edits away behind a "minor" mark makes it more difficult to review an article's history, and doesn't do your very good and informative corrections, updates, and additions justice! --Icarus (Hi!) 09:42, 19 January 2009 (UTC)

Image permission problem with Image:Simon Baron-Cohen 2008 licenced for use.jpg[edit]

Image Copyright problem

Thanks for uploading Image:Simon Baron-Cohen 2008 licenced for use.jpg. I noticed that while you provided a valid copyright licensing tag, there is no proof that the creator of the image (or other media file) agreed to license it under the given license.

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Disagreement regarding Sally-anne test[edit]

Regarding your removal of 'confusing' criticism, I did not find the criticism confusing, and actually found the article remarkable solely because of this criticism. The section I thought was clear and quite useful read " Strictly speaking, the scenario presented in the test does not give sufficient information to determine Sally's expectations about the location of the marble. For example, it is not said whether Sally and Anne had previously discussed possible locations for the marble. Thus "I don't know" is, in a sense, the most correct answer. " You have replaced it with " The test uses dolls as representations of people so a 'failure' on the test could reflect a failure to treat dolls as people. The replication by Frith and Leslie using real people instead of dolls (obtaining very similar results) suggests this criticism is not a major concern. " I do not think the problem is with the treatment of the dolls as people, but with the assumption that sally and anne did not communicate. And nuts to the fool who eliminated the criticism section altogether >:[ Criticisms of the Sally-anne test are hardly off topic for the article "Sally-anne test" (talk) 01:58, 30 November 2009 (UTC)