Two experiments examined imitation of lateralised body movement sequences presented at six viewing angles (0 degrees , 60 degrees , 120 degrees , 180 degrees , 240 degrees , and 300 degrees rotation relative to the participant's body). Experiment 1 found that, when participants were instructed simply to "do what the model does", at all viewing angles they produced more actions using the same side of the body as the model (anatomical matches), than actions using the opposite side (anatomical n...Expand abstract
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Imitation of lateralised body movements: doing it the hard way.
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