Associative sequence learning: the role of experience in the development of imitation and the mirror system.

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A core requirement for imitation is a capacity to solve the correspondence problem; to map observed onto executed actions, even when observation and execution yield sensory inputs in different modalities and coordinate frames. Until recently, it was assumed that the human capacity to solve the correspondence problem is innate. However, it is now becoming… (More)
DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2009.0048

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@article{Catmur2009AssociativeSL, title={Associative sequence learning: the role of experience in the development of imitation and the mirror system.}, author={Caroline Catmur and V. Walsh and Cecilia Heyes}, journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences}, year={2009}, volume={364 1528}, pages={2369-80} }