Developmental changes in mu suppression to observed and executed actions in autism spectrum disorders.

  title={Developmental changes in mu suppression to observed and executed actions in autism spectrum disorders.},
  author={Lindsay M. Oberman and Joseph P. McCleery and Edward M Hubbard and Raphael Bernier and Jan R. Wiersema and Ruth Raymaekers and Jaime A. Pineda},
  journal={Social cognitive and affective neuroscience},
  volume={8 3},
There has been debate over whether disruptions in the mirror neuron system (MNS) play a key role in the core social deficits observed in autism spectrum disorders (ASD). EEG mu suppression during the observation of biological actions is believed to reflect MNS functioning, but understanding of the developmental progression of the MNS and EEG mu rhythm in both typical and atypical development is lacking. To provide a more thorough and direct exploration of the development of mu suppression in… CONTINUE READING
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