Being and feeling in sync with an adaptive virtual partner: brain mechanisms underlying dynamic cooperativity.

@article{Fairhurst2013BeingAF,
  title={Being and feeling in sync with an adaptive virtual partner: brain mechanisms underlying dynamic cooperativity.},
  author={Merle T. Fairhurst and Petr Janata and Peter E. Keller},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2013},
  volume={23 11},
  pages={2592-600}
}
Cooperation is intrinsic to the human ability to work together toward common goals, and depends on sensing and reacting to dynamically changing relationships between coacting partners. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and a paradigm in which an adaptive pacing signal simulates a virtual partner, we examined the neural substrates underlying dynamic joint action. A single parameter controlled the degree to which the virtual partner adapted its behavior in relation to participant… CONTINUE READING

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