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Anticipation of action intentions in autism spectrum disorder.
We investigated whether individuals with a mild form of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are influenced by an actor's gaze direction when anticipating how an observed action will continue in the immediate future. Participants ...
Doing, seeing, or both: effects of learning condition on subsequent action perception.
It has been proposed that common codes for vision and action emerge from associations between an individual's production and simultaneous observation of actions. This typically first-person view of one's own action ...
Learning associations between action and perception: effects of incompatible training on body part and spatial priming.
Observation of another person executing an action primes the same action in the observer's motor system. Recent evidence has shown that these priming effects are flexible, where training of new associations, such as making ...
Peripheral cues and gaze direction jointly focus attention and inhibition of return.
Centrally presented gaze cues typically elicit a delayed inhibition of return (IOR) effect compared to peripheral exogenous cues. We investigated whether gaze cues elicit early onset IOR when presented peripherally. Faces ...
I see what you say: Prior knowledge of other's goals automatically biases the perception of their actions.
We investigated whether top-down expectations about an actor's intentions affect action perception in a representational momentum (RM) paradigm. Participants heard an actor declare an intention to either take or leave an ...
One step ahead: The perceived kinematics of others' actions are biased toward expected goals.
Action observation is often conceptualized in a bottom-up manner, where sensory information activates conceptual (or motor) representations. In contrast, here we show that expectations about an actor's goal have a top-down ...