Automatic measure of imitation during social interaction: A behavioral and hyperscanning-EEG benchmark

@article{Delaherche2015AutomaticMO,
  title={Automatic measure of imitation during social interaction: A behavioral and hyperscanning-EEG benchmark},
  author={Emilie Delaherche and Guillaume Dumas and Jacqueline Nadel and Mohamed Chetouani},
  journal={Pattern Recognition Letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={66},
  pages={118-126}
}
Social neuroscience shows a growing interest for the study of social interaction. Investigating its neural underpinnings has been greatly facilitated through the development of hyperscanning, a neuroimaging technique allowing to record simultaneously the brain activity of multiple humans engaged in a social exchange. However, the analysis of spontaneous social interaction requires the indexing of the ongoing behavior. Since spontaneous exchanges are intrinsically unconstrained, only a manual… CONTINUE READING

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