Chao Zhai

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Human movement has been studied for decades, and dynamic laws of motion that are common to all humans have been derived. Yet, every individual moves differently from everyone else (faster/slower, harder/smoother, etc.). We propose here an index of such variability, namely an individual motor signature (IMS) able to capture the subtle differences in the way(More)
Joint improvisation is observed to emerge spontaneously among humans performing joint action tasks, and has been associated with high levels of movement synchrony and enhanced sense of social bonding. Exploring the underlying cognitive and neural mechanisms behind the emergence of joint improvisation is an open research challenge. This paper investigates(More)
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