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Imitation is seen by many researchers as a driving force behind human evolutions and a primary factor controlling the development of culture. Imitation allows you to learn to ride a bike and to stay in line at the supermarket. Copying behaviour displayed by others may seem simple at first glance but is actually quite complex. Take a baby who copies its mother smiling: how does it know what muscles to use based on just the visual effects of the other person’s behaviour, seen from a mirror perspective? Tim Faber investigates this problem, known as the correspondence problem.

Event details of The complex nature of imitation
Date 25 January 2017
Time 13:00 -14:00
Location Aula - Oude Lutherse kerk
Room Location

T.W. Faber: When Imitation Falls Short: The Case of Complementary Actions.

Supervisor

Prof. A.H. Fischer

Co-supervisor

Dr K.J. Jonas

Aula - Oude Lutherse kerk

Room Location

Singel 411
1012 XM Amsterdam

Entrance

This event is open to the public.