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  1. Motor representation in acting together.Corrado Sinigaglia & Stephen A. Butterfill - 2022 - Synthese 200 (2):1-16.
    People walk, build, paint and otherwise act together with a purpose in myriad ways. What is the relation between the actions people perform in acting together with a purpose and the outcome, or outcomes, to which their actions are directed? We argue that fully characterising this relation will require appeal not only to intention, knowledge and other familiar philosophical paraphernalia but also to another kind of representation involved in preparing and executing actions, namely motor representation. If we are right, motor (...)
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  • Towards a Mechanistically Neutral Account of Acting Jointly: The Notion of a Collective Goal.Stephen A. Butterfill & Corrado Sinigaglia - forthcoming - Mind.
    Anyone who has ever walked, cooked or crafted with a friend is in a position to know that acting jointly is not just acting side-by-side. But what distinguishes acting jointly from acting in parallel yet merely individually? Four decades of philosophical research have yielded broad consensus on a strategy for answering this question. This strategy is \emph{mechanistically committed}; that is, it hinges on invoking states of the agents who are acting jointly. Despite the consensus, enduring disagreement remains. The disagreement may (...)
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  • Simultaneous Self-Other Integration and Segregation Support Real-Time Interpersonal Coordination in a Musical Joint Action Task.H. Liebermann-Jordanidis, Giacomo Novembre, Iring Koch & Peter Keller - 2021 - Acta Psychologica 218 (103348).
    The ability to distinguish between an individual's own actions and those of another person is a requirement for successful joint action, particularly in domains such as group music making where precise interpersonal coordination ensures perceptual overlap in the effects of co-performers' actions. We tested the hypothesis that such coordination benefits from simultaneous integration and segregation of information about ‘self’ and ‘other’ in an experiment using a musical joint action paradigm. Sixteen pairs of individuals with little or no musical training performed (...)
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  • An Action-Observation/Motor-Imagery Based Approach to Differentiate Disorders of Consciousness: What is Beneath the Tip of the Iceberg?Antonino Naro - forthcoming - Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience:1-17.
    The evaluation of motor imagery in persons with prolonged Disorders of Consciousness (pDOC) is a practical approach to differentiate between patients with Minimally Conscious State (MCS) and Unresponsive Wakefulness Syndrome (UWS) and to identify residual awareness even in individuals with UWS. Investigating the influence of motor observation on motor imagery could be helpful in this regard. Objective:In order to corroborate the clinical diagnosis and identify misdiagnosed individuals, we used EEG recordings, to assess the influence of the low-level perceptual and motoric (...)
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  • Social Agency as a Continuum.Crystal Silver, Benjamin Tatler, Ramakrishna Chakravarthi & Bert Timmermans - forthcoming - Psychonomic Bulletin and Review:1-20.
    Sense of Agency, the phenomenology associated with causing one's own actions and corresponding effects, is a cornerstone of human experience. Social Agency can be defined as the Sense of Agency experienced in any situation in which the effects of our actions are related to a conspecific. This can be implemented as the other's reactions being caused by our action, joint action modulating our Sense of Agency, or the other's mere social presence influencing our Sense of Agency. It is currently an (...)
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  • Mechanisms for Mutual Support in Motor Interactions.Lucia Maria Sacheli, Margherita Adelaide Musco, Elisa Zazzera & Eraldo Pauleso - 2021 - Scientific Reports 11 (3060):1-16.
    What is the key to successful interaction? Is it sufficient to represent a common goal, or does the way our partner achieves that goal count as well? How do we react when our partner misbehaves? We used a turn-taking music-like task requiring participants to play sequences of notes together with a partner, and we investigated how people adapt to a partner’s error that violates their expectations. Errors consisted of either playing a wrong note of a sequence that the agents were (...)
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  • Parallel Fast and Slow Motor Inhibition Processes in Joint Action Coordination.Pasquale Cardellicchio - 2020 - Cortex 133:346-357.
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  • Inhibitory Theta Burst Stimulation Highlights the Role of Left aIPS and Right TPJ During Complementary and Imitative Human–Avatar Interactions in Cooperative and Competitive Scenarios.Vanessa Era, Salvatore Maria Aglioti & Matteo Candidi - 2019 - Cerebral Cortex.
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  • Communication as Joint Action: The Role of Cognitive Alignment and Coupling.Adam Boncz - 2019 - Dissertation, CEU
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  • Social Motor Priming: When Offline Interference Facilitates Motor Execution.Sonia Betti, Eris Chinellato, Silvia Guerra, Umberto Castielo & Luisa Sartori - 2019 - Peer J: Brain and Cognition 7 (e7796).
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