How Internal Motor Control Structures Afford Sensory Experience
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How Internal Motor Control Structures Afford Sensory Experience

Understanding our social world is a complex task. Indeed, typical environments are noisy, visual information is often degraded, and sometimes sensory consequences are seemingly produced without a master. Nevertheless, our central nervous system (CNS), appears to have a resourceful way of helping us perceive our sensory words; it perhaps uses motor memories as a guide when explaining a sensory change. At present, there is abundant research showing that sensory signals activate motor brain regions. For example, watching a peer produce...

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