How we remember what we can do

  title={How we remember what we can do},
  author={Gunnar Declerck},
  booktitle={Socioaffective neuroscience & psychology},
According to the motor simulation theory, the knowledge we possess of what we can do is based on simulation mechanisms triggered by an off-line activation of the brain areas involved in motor control. Action capabilities memory does not work by storing some content, but consists in the capacity, rooted in sensory-motor systems, to reenact off-line action sequences exhibiting the range of our powers. In this paper, I present several arguments from cognitive neuropsychology, but also first-person… CONTINUE READING
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