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The Chameleon Effect

An article in the Spring 2015 Magazine of the British Neuroscience Association describes recent research showing how our brains are able to imitate others. This suggests in part how we learn from others, by simple imitating. An example of this in action is a child learning to tie show laces and many other tasks we learn by watching and trying ourselves.

Keywords:   Neuroscience    Performance    Emergenetics    First Ascent Group    Chameleon Effect   
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