Social Neuroscience: Mirror Neurons Recorded in Humans

@article{Keysers2010SocialNM,
  title={Social Neuroscience: Mirror Neurons Recorded in Humans},
  author={C. Keysers and V. Gazzola},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={R353-R354}
}
New single-cell recordings show that humans do have mirror neurons, and in more brain regions than previously suspected. Some action-execution neurons were seen to be inhibited during observation, possibly preventing imitation and helping self/other discrimination. 
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