Before and below 'theory of mind': Embodied simulation and the neural correlates of social cognition

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Keywords SHARED MANIFOLD HYPOTHESIS   VENTRAL PREMOTOR CORTEX   SPEECH PRODUCTION   MIRROR NEURONS   MOTOR SYSTEM   BROCAS AREA   NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL DISTINCTION   ACTION RECOGNITION   ACTION WORDS   LANGUAGE
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