In this episode, Ryan and Michael delve into the intricate world of social perspective taking, uncovering the crucial role it plays in social interactions. They explore the misunderstood concept of social executive functioning, shedding light on why perspective taking is a foundational skill.

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[00:00:00] Start

[00:01:41] Social executive functioning skills.

[00:06:11] Social attention-seeking behaviors.

[00:09:08] Social executive functioning ADHD.

[00:11:12] Lack of social perspective taking.

[00:15:37] The importance of varied experiences.

[00:17:27] Boys need real friendships.

[00:21:04] Social perspective taking.

[00:23:56] Lack of perspective in adulthood.

[00:28:32] Lack of empathy and perspective taking.

[00:32:38] The effectiveness of social skills groups.

[00:35:15] Social skills groups for ADHD.

[00:37:52] Teaching perspective taking strategies.

[00:41:42] Teaching social competency.

[00:45:07] Social perspective taking.

[00:46:34] General informational and educational purposes.

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