Putting the subjective back into intersubjective: The importance of person-specific, distributed, neural representations in perception-action mechanisms

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (1):36-37 (2008)
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Abstract

The shared circuits model (SCM) relies on well-regarded theories of perception-action, mirror neurons, and forward models, but the functional/informational level of the model limits its ability to explain complex behavior such as true imitation. Data from our lab and others confirm the more general details of the model, accepted by most, but specify the neural mechanisms involved in perception-action processes

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