The predictive mirror: interactions of mirror and affordance processes during action observation

Abstract

An important question for the study of social interactions is how the motor actions of others are represented. Research has demonstrated that simply watching someone perform an action activates a similar motor representation in oneself. Key issues include (1) the automaticity of such processes, and (2) the role object affordances play in establishing motor… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13423-010-0029-x

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@inproceedings{Bach2011ThePM, title={The predictive mirror: interactions of mirror and affordance processes during action observation}, author={Patric Bach and Andrew P Bayliss and Steven P. Tipper}, booktitle={Psychonomic bulletin & review}, year={2011} }