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The representation of observed actions at the subordinate, basic and superordinate level

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Zhuang, Tonghe ; Kabulska, Zuzanna ; Lingnau, Angelika
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 20 Nov 2023 14:20


Actions can be planned and recognized at different hierarchical levels, ranging from very specific (e.g., to swim breaststroke) to very broad (e.g., locomotion). Understanding the corresponding neural representation is an important prerequisite to reveal how our brain flexibly assigns meaning to the world around us. To address this question, we conducted an event-related fMRI study in male and ...


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