Segmentation in behavior and what it can tell us about brain function.

Abstract

Natural human behavior is segmented into action units, functionally related groups of movements with durations of a few seconds. This phenomenon can also be found in nonhuman primates and other mammals. In humans, a similar segmentation can be found in planning, preparatory behavior, perception, and speech.Temporal segmentation may be related to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12110-997-1005-7

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