Brain zapping makes role of mirror neurons clearer
- February 6, 2014
- Greg Hickok, cognitive sciences professor, is quoted in the New Scientist February 6, 2014
From the New Scientist:
However, Gregory Hickok at the University of California, Irvine, who has been skeptical of the claims made about mirror neurons, says the size of the effect is troubling. "These are minor changes in performance," he says. "So the vast majority of what's allowing us to understand actions is unaffected."
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