Reciprocal imitation: toward a neural basis of social interaction.

@article{Guionnet2012ReciprocalIT,
  title={Reciprocal imitation: toward a neural basis of social interaction.},
  author={Sophie Guionnet and Jacqueline Nadel and Eric Bertasi and Marco Sperduti and Pauline Delaveau and Philippe Fossati},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2012},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={971-8}
}
Social interaction is a coregulated coupling activity that involves at least 2 autonomous agents. Numerous methodological and technical challenges impede the production of natural social interaction within an Magnetic Resonance Imaging environment under controlled conditions. To overcome the obstacle, we chose a simple format of social interaction, namely "interactive imitation" through a double-video system. We registered blood oxygen level-dependent activity of 23 participants during 2… CONTINUE READING
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