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C83SNR: Social Neuroscience Research, Lecture #8: The body, the self, perspective-taking, and imitation

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Slide #1. The body, the self, perspective-taking, and imitation:
Slide #2. Body-part-centred space: An introduction
Slide #3. Body-part-centred space in monkeys: Receptive fields
Slide #4. Mirror-neurons and body-space: Do they interact?
Slide #5. Mirror-neurons and body-space: Do they interact?
Slide #6. Other people in my body space: Measured with lights and vibrations
Slide #7. Other people in my body space: Reduce crossmodal distractions
Slide #8. Other people in my body space: Reduce crossmodal distractions
Slide #9. Visual-tactile perception: The 'rubber hand' illusion
Slide #10. Visual-proprioceptive perception: Knowing where your hands are
Slide #11. Neural bases of multisensory hand perception: Visual-proprioceptive integration in Brodmann's area 5
Slide #12. Fake hands and body space: A model
Slide #13. Other hands in my body space: Very quickly processed
Slide #14. Interlude: (time to check your devices, if you like)
Slide #15. Perspective taking: The 'director' task
Slide #16. Perspective taking: The 'director' task
Slide #17. Imitation, perspective-taking, AND theory of mind: The role(s) of the TPJ(s)
Slide #18. Imitation, perspective-taking, AND theory of mind: The role(s) of the TPJ(s)
Slide #19. Imitation: Monkey see, monkey do
Slide #20. Imitation: The importance of being there
Slide #21. Imitation: The importance of being there
Slide #22. Imitation: Disorders of imitation
Slide #23. Imitation: Neural basis (neuropsychology)
Slide #24. Imitation: Neural basis (TMS)
Slide #25. Social Neuroscience Research: How to study monkeys' social cognition
Slide #26. Social Neuroscience Research: How to study monkeys' social cognition


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