1. Which significant interaction did Lumsden et al. find?
- Pro-self individual > pro-self competitive
- Pro-social > pro-self
- Pro-self > pro-social
- Pro-self competitive > pro-self individual
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2. Lumsden et al. found how many pro-social participants?
3. Which is NOT an assumption of the behavioural dynamics perspective (Schmidt, 2010)?
- Individual differences can be seen in synchrony
- Physical systems are made of components that balance to form stable patterns
- Two objects which share an environment will naturally synchronise
- The same patterns that organise dynamic principles also organise joint action
4. If the 'mimicker' is more similar to self, mimicry:
- Does not change
- Is seen as fake
5. Which of the following is NOT a drawback of the mirror neuron system
- A human brain is not entirely comparable to a monkey brain
- It provides no explanation for simple actions
- Is too general of an argument
- It provides no explanation for complex actions