Action Recognition Depends on Observer’s Level of Action Control and Social Personality Traits

@inproceedings{Ondobaka2013ActionRD,
  title={Action Recognition Depends on Observer’s Level of Action Control and Social Personality Traits},
  author={Sasha Ondobaka and Roger D. Newman-Norlund and Floris P de Lange and Harold Bekkering},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Humans recognize both the movement (physical) goals and action (conceptual) goals of individuals with whom they are interacting. Here, we assessed whether spontaneous recognition of others' goals depends on whether the observers control their own behavior at the movement or action level. We also examined the relationship between individual differences in empathy and ASD-like traits, and the processing of other individual's movement and action goals that are known to be encoded in the "mirroring… CONTINUE READING
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