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Mirror Neurons: Findings and Functions

@inproceedings{Kostoglou2013MirrorNF,
  title={Mirror Neurons: Findings and Functions},
  author={Dimitra Kostoglou and Sacha Leinders},
  year={2013}
}
Mirror neurons (MNs) are a set of premotor neurons that fire both during the performance of a motor action, and the observation of someone else performing the same action. Since their discovery, they have been the subject of great controversy. This survey provides a short overview of the history and the most important findings of MN research in animals and humans. Special focus is given to the latest findings on empathy and relevant disorders i.e. autism, schizophrenia and psychopathy, in the… Expand

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