TB8, L4 - Mimicry and Synchrony

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1. Moving to avoid walking into someone on the pavement is an example of:

  • Spontaneous/noticed joint action
  • Spontaneous/unnoticed joint action
  • Planned/deliberate joint action
  • None of the above
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2. Miles et al (2011) also found:

  • Participants tried to be synchronous equally with the in-group and outgroup
  • Participants would try harder to be synchronous with the outgroup
  • Participants would try harder to be synchronous with the ingroup
  • Participants were unlikely to be synchronous with the outgrip

3. Which is NOT an assumption of the behavioural dynamics perspective (Schmidt, 2010)?

  • Physical systems are made of components that balance to form stable patterns
  • Two objects which share an environment will naturally synchronise
  • Individual differences can be seen in synchrony
  • The same patterns that organise dynamic principles also organise joint action

4. Carrying a box together is an example of:

  • Spontaneous/unnoticed joint action
  • Planned/deliberate joint action
  • Spontaneous/noticed joint action
  • None of the above

5. Fadiga et al. (1995) found:

  • MEPs fire when observing the hand action of another
  • None of the above
  • Neurons in the monkey cortex which fire to observing and performing the same action
  • fMRI activity which showed similar broad patterns of activation when observing and performing an action

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