The mirror matching system: A shared manifold for intersubjectivity

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (1):35-36 (2001)
Empathy is the phenomenal experience of mirroring ourselves into others. It can be explained in terms of simulations of actions, sensations, and emotions which constitute a shared manifold for intersubjectivity. Simulation, in turn, can be sustained at the subpersonal level by a series of neural mirror matching systems.
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