Emulation theory offers conceptual gains but needs filters

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (3):411-412 (2004)

Abstract
Much can be gained by specifying the operation of the emulation process. A brief review of studies from diverse domains, including complex motor-skill representation, emotion perception, and face memory, highlights that emulation theory offers precise explanations of results and novel predictions. However, the neural instantiation of the emulation process requires development to move the theory from armchair to laboratory.
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