Cultural differences are also evident in social cognition. In a game that involved two individuals interacting, Chinese participants were more in tune with their partner’s perspective than Americans. Furthermore, Chinese people were more likely to describe memories of social and historical events and focused more on social interactions, whereas European Americans more frequently focused on memories of personal experiences and emphasized their personal roles in events. (Wu, S. and B. Keysar. The effect of culture on perspective takingPsychol. Sci. 18, 600–606. 2007. Wang, Q., and M. A. Conway. The stories we keep: autobiographical memory in American and Chinese middle-aged adults. J. Pers. 72, 911–938. 2004.)