Motor simulation beyond the dyad: Automatic imitation of multiple actors.

Abstract

A large body of research has provided evidence for the idea that individuals simulate the actions of others in their motor system. However, this research has focused almost exclusively on dyadic situations, hence ignoring the fact that social situations often require that the actions of multiple persons are simulated simultaneously. In the current study, we… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0039737

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@article{Cracco2015MotorSB, title={Motor simulation beyond the dyad: Automatic imitation of multiple actors.}, author={Emiel Cracco and Lize De Coster and Michael Andres and Marcel Brass}, journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance}, year={2015}, volume={41 6}, pages={1488-501} }