Spatiotemporal judgments of observed actions: Contrasts between first- and third-person perspectives after motor priming.

@article{Brattan2015SpatiotemporalJO,
  title={Spatiotemporal judgments of observed actions: Contrasts between first- and third-person perspectives after motor priming.},
  author={Victoria C Brattan and Daniel H. Baker and Steven P. Tipper},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2015},
  volume={41 5},
  pages={1236-46}
}
When observing actions, motor simulation processes aid the prediction and understanding of future events. A central issue concerns whether such action simulation serves social functions of interpreting other people, where performance is predicted to be better when third-person perspective (3PP) actions are viewed, or whether it is most beneficial to guide self actions, whereby the first-person perspective (1PP) would be advantageous. We show that in a spatiotemporal judgment task there is an… CONTINUE READING
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