I Know What You Are Doing A Neurophysiological Study

@article{Umilt2001IKW,
  title={I Know What You Are Doing A Neurophysiological Study},
  author={M. Umilt{\`a} and E. Kohler and V. Gallese and L. Fogassi and L. Fadiga and C. Keysers and G. Rizzolatti},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2001},
  volume={31},
  pages={155-165}
}
In the ventral premotor cortex of the macaque monkey, there are neurons that discharge both during the execution of hand actions and during the observation of the same actions made by others (mirror neurons). In the present study, we show that a subset of mirror neurons becomes active during action presentation and also when the final part of the action, crucial in triggering the response in full vision, is hidden and can therefore only be inferred. This implies that the motor representation of… Expand
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