Action perception predicts action performance

@article{Bailey2013ActionPP,
  title={Action perception predicts action performance},
  author={Heather R. Bailey and Christopher A. Kurby and Tania Giovannetti and Jeffrey M. Zacks},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2013},
  volume={51},
  pages={2294-2304}
}
Everyday action impairments often are observed in demented older adults, and they are common potential barriers to functional independence. We evaluated whether the ability to segment and efficiently encode activities is related to the ability to execute activities. Further, we evaluated whether brain regions important for segmentation also were important for action performance. Cognitively healthy older adults and those with very mild or mild dementia of the Alzheimer's type watched and… CONTINUE READING
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