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2. What is a criticism of Simulation theory?

  • How do we inhibit the spontaneous movement?
  • Relies on correlational evidence
  • Cognitive systems not considered
  • The role of TOM is important to consider

3. What is the main premise of simulation theory?

  • To understand peoples actions we simulate them using motor systems
  • We acquire and deploy a commonsense theory of mind re; causal and explanatory laws

4. In a single cell study in humans, where were neurons with MNS properties seen?

  • PMC, M1 and F5
  • Supplementary motor areas and hippocampus
  • F5 and M1
  • M1 and STS

5. Is Brocas area the human homologue of F5?

  • Yes
  • No


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