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Autism is a rare developmental disorder which affects about four in every ten million children (Baron-Cohen, Leslie Frith, 1997). Baron-Cohen et al. (1985) implemented Wimmer and PernerвЂ™therefore (1983) puppet play paradigm to examine the theory that autistic children are not able to attribute beliefs to other people and therefore are incapable of representing mental conditions. The participants comprised of 20 autistic children, 14 kids with Down syndrome, along with 27 regular preschool children. The process with this particular false belief task included setting two ring up protagonists, Sally and Anne. Originally, a naming question was requested to ensure participants could distinguish between the hens. Sally then put a marble in her basket. Sally exited the scene, and Anne chooses the marble out of SallyвЂ™s basket and then placed it into her box. Sally later returned, along with the evaluation query asked by the experimenter...