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EEG and behavioural correlates of different forms of motor imagery during action observation in rhythmical actions
Recent studies show that participants can engage in motor imagery (MI) and action observation (AO) simultaneously (AO+MI), indicating a capacity for dual action simulation. Here we studied theExpand
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Reading sheet music facilitates sensorimotor mu-desynchronization in musicians
OBJECTIVE Recent brain imaging studies have demonstrated that the human mirror system, in addition to becoming active while viewing the actions of others, also responds to abstract visual andExpand
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Working memory modulates neural efficiency over motor components during a novel action planning task: An EEG study
Research shows neural efficiency of motor-related activity based on learning and expertise in a specific domain (e.g., guitar playing, sharp-shooting or a sport). However, it is unknown whetherExpand
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Interference due to shared features between action plans is influenced by working memory span
In this study, we examined the interactions between the action plans that we hold in memory and the actions that we carry out, asking whether the interference due to shared features between actionExpand
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Frequency of the first feature in action sequences influences feature binding
We investigated whether binding among perception and action feature codes is a preliminary step toward creating a more durable memory trace of an action event. If so, increasing the frequency of aExpand
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The Dynamic Range of Response Set Activation During Action Sequencing
We show that theories of response scheduling for sequential action can be discriminated on the basis of their predictions for the dynamic range of response set activation during sequencing, whichExpand
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Mirror neuron activation as a function of explicit learning: changes in mu‐event‐related power after learning novel responses to ideomotor compatible, partially compatible, and non‐compatible stimuli
Questions regarding the malleability of the mirror neuron system (MNS) continue to be debated. MNS activation has been reported when people observe another person performing biological goal‐directedExpand
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Dorsal stream activity and connectivity associated with action priming of ambiguous apparent motion
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Theories proposing a bidirectional influence between action and perception are well supported by behavioral findings. Expand
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Parallel Regulation of Past, Present, and Future Actions During Sequencing
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We validated a novel TMS/MEP method showing the first direct evidence of parallel action regulation during sequencing in humans. Expand
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Spatial knowledge during skilled action sequencing: Hierarchical versus nonhierarchical representations
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Typists can type 4 to 5 keystrokes per second at around 95% accuracy, yet they appear to have poor declarative knowledge of key locations. Expand
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