mirror neurons

This is an excerpt from my piece in Kiss Machine's Activity Book Issue.

Here is a better explanation of mirror neurons:
Mirror neurons are a particular class of visuomotor neurons, originally discovered in area F5 of the monkey premotor cortex, that discharge both when the monkey does a particular action and when it observes another individual (monkey or human) doing a similar action.
Rizzolatti G, Craighero L, “The mirror-neuron system,” in Annual Review of Neuroscience, issue 27 (2004) p. 1

- sally mckay 3-03-2008 1:14 am

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