Action familiarity and the abstract representations of object-directed actions in the human brain: demonstrated with magnetoancephalography

Krylova, Margarita V.

Action representation in the human brain has been localized to the Action Observation Network (AON). Magnetoencephalography (MEG) was used to study temporal modulation in seven regions of interest (ROI) per hemisphere, located within the AON, during viewing of realistic videos depicting familiar and less familiar goal-directed activities. A significant difference in activation was fou... read more

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