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Facial self-imitation: objective measurement reveals no improvement without visual feedback.

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Imitation of facial gestures requires the cognitive system to equate the seen-but-unfelt with the felt-but-unseen. Rival accounts propose that this "correspondence problem" is solved either by an innate supramodal mechanism (the active intermodal-mapping, or AIM, model) or by learned, direct links between the corresponding visual and proprioceptive representations of actions (the associative sequence-learning, or ASL, model). Two experiments tested these alternative models using a new technol...

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10.1177/0956797612452568

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Role:
Author
Journal:
Psychological science
Volume:
24
Issue:
1
Pages:
93-98
Publication date:
2013-01-05
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EISSN:
1467-9280
ISSN:
0956-7976
URN:
uuid:cd26e1ce-6fb0-46f9-977a-8073329f9144
Source identifiers:
365647
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pubs:365647

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