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Hierarchical Action Encoding Within the Human Brain

Lingnau, Angelika ; Rumiati, Raffaella ; Turella, Luca


Humans are able to interact with objects with extreme flexibility. To achieve this ability, the brain does not only control specific muscular patterns, but it also needs to represent the abstract goal of an action, irrespective of its implementation. It is debated, however, how abstract action goals are implemented in the brain. To address this question, we used multivariate pattern analysis of ...


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