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2. 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

3. What blocks the mechanoreceptor input to tell you that you are not being touched?

  • A nerve block in brachial plexus
  • Re-entrant circuits in basal ganglia
  • Alpha motor neurones
  • Basal ganglia complex

4. What deficits are shown in ASD?

  • Reduced mu rhythm suppression, Increased corticospinal activation, local thinning in cerebral cortex
  • Reduced mu rhythm suppression, reduced corticospinal activation, local thinning in cerebral cortex
  • Increased mu rhythm suppression, reduced corticospinal activation, local thinning in cerebral cortex
  • Increased mu rhythm suppression, Increased corticospinal activation, local thinning in cerebral cortex

5. Do MNS respond to hidden actions?

  • Yes
  • No

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