Weaving the fabric of social interaction: articulating developmental psychology and cognitive neuroscience in the domain of motor cognition.

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In this article, we bring together recent findings from developmental science and cognitive neuroscience to argue that perception-action coupling constitutes the fundamental mechanism of motor cognition. A variety of empirical evidence suggests that observed and executed actions are coded in a common cognitive and neural framework, enabling individuals to… (More)

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@article{Sommerville2006WeavingTF, title={Weaving the fabric of social interaction: articulating developmental psychology and cognitive neuroscience in the domain of motor cognition.}, author={Jessica A. Sommerville and Jean Decety}, journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review}, year={2006}, volume={13 2}, pages={179-200} }