UCLA–Caltech study identifies brain cells that help people learn by watching others

Sunday, September 11, 2016 - 20:01 in Psychology & Sociology

Picture a little boy imitating his father shaving in the mirror or a little girl wobbling proudly in her mother’s high heels. From infancy, we learn by watching other people, then use those memories to help us predict outcomes and make decisions in the future. Now a UCLA–Caltech study has pinpointed the individual neurons in […]

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