Perceiving imitatible stimuli: consequences of isomorphism between input and output.

@article{Wilson2001PerceivingIS,
  title={Perceiving imitatible stimuli: consequences of isomorphism between input and output.},
  author={M Wilson},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={2001},
  volume={127 4},
  pages={543-53}
}
  • M Wilson
  • Published 2001 in Psychological bulletin
For more than a century, psychologists have been intrigued by the idea that mental representations of perceived human actions are closely connected with mental representations of performing those same actions. In this article, connections between input and output representations are considered in terms of the potential for imitation. A broad range of evidence suggests that, for imitatible stimuli, input and output representations are isomorphic to one another, allowing mutual influence between… CONTINUE READING

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