Effects of brief imitative experience on EEG desynchronization during action observation.

  title={Effects of brief imitative experience on EEG desynchronization during action observation.},
  author={Peter J. Marshall and C{\'e}dric A. Bouquet and Thomas F. Shipley and Thomas A. Young},
  volume={47 10},
There is a good deal of evidence that observing the actions of other people is associated with activation of the observer's motor system, which may reflect involvement of the mirror neuron system (MNS) in certain aspects of action processing in humans. Furthermore, variation in the extent of this activation appears to be partly dependent on individuals' experience with performing the observed actions. However, very little work has examined the processes through which the observation of… CONTINUE READING
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