Physiological Responses to Emotionally Charged Auditory Stimuli

@inproceedings{AndersonPhysiologicalRT,
  title={Physiological Responses to Emotionally Charged Auditory Stimuli},
  author={Elizabeth Garratt Anderson and Alan Banh and Steven Bieser and Michaela Bogdanske and Danielle Hurst and Elizabeth N Konon}
}
Yawning in response to observing another’s yawn is a natural reflex that is rarely contemplated, but recognized in this study as a consequence of mirror neurons firing and as a quantified indicator of human empathy. Mirror neurons in the premotor cortex appear to assist humans in relating to the actions of others by creating neural stimulation reflective of… CONTINUE READING