What does your brain do when you fake it? (an fMRI Study)

When you pretend to do something physical, such as pick up an “invisible” cup and drink from it, you activate specific parts of your brain. A study suggests that what happens in your brain during these pantomimed actions is not the same as what happens when you actually do an action.

See the abstract at the Journal of Neurophysiology>>

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