Tag Archives: Human interaction

Synchronization between instructor and observer when learning a complex skill

While learning from an instructor by watching a ‘how-to’ video has become common practice, we know surprisingly little about the relation between brain activities in instructor and observers. In this fMRI study we investigated the temporal synchronization between instructor and … Continue reading

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What can we learn from a two-brain approach to verbal interaction?

Verbal interaction is one of the most frequent social interactions humans encounter on a daily basis. In the current paper, we zoom in on what the multi-brain approach has contributed, and can contribute in the future, to our understanding of … Continue reading

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