Unformatted text preview: something related to it): it doesn’t have to be the same 1:1 thing, it just has to be related. 6.) Mirror neurons fire to the goal of the action, not the action itself. 7.) Functional Significance: 8.) Rolandic Rhythm a. When subjects weren’t moving, this rolandic rhythm appears, when they move, it disappears. When people in movie move, it also disappears. b. Mu rhythm: generated in the senrsory motor cortex. \ 9.) Autistic kids. They respond different to strangers than they do with people they know 10.) The mirror is not broken, it’s functional under certain circumstances....
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course COGS cogs 1 taught by Professor Nitz during the Fall '09 term at UCSD.
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