Action induction through action observation.

@article{Maeght2004ActionIT,
  title={Action induction through action observation.},
  author={Sara De Maeght and Wolfgang Prinz},
  journal={Psychological research},
  year={2004},
  volume={68 2-3},
  pages={97-114}
}
Ideomotor movements may arise in individuals while they watch goal-directed actions or events. In a previous study we developed a paradigm for investigating ideomotor movements induced through watching the outcome of one's own action. In the present study we extended the paradigm to investigate both movements induced through watching the outcome of one's own as well as somebody else's action (player mode and observer mode respectively). We report three experiments, each with differing… CONTINUE READING

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