Stepping into the genetics of biological motion processing

@inproceedings{Thorntona2018SteppingIT,
  title={Stepping into the genetics of biological motion processing},
  author={Ian M. Thorntona},
  year={2018}
}
  • Ian M. Thorntona
  • Published 2018
Person perception (1) and action understanding (2) are complex, interrelated skills at the very heart of our social world. The ability to process biological motion (BM)—to extract information by observing the movement of others (3)—provides one crucial link between these skills, and research into how we perceive moving bodies has contributed greatly to our wider understanding of social cognition/perception (4). It has long been established that BM processing is subserved by a number of… CONTINUE READING

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