Imitation, Synchronization And Empathy: Evidence From Brains, Bodies And Bots
Human beings are social creatures and interact with others in social contexts. In recent years research has moved from studying humans alone in “context- free” situations to assessing social interactions in context. During social interactions, interaction partners often synchronize at the level of physiology, expression and behavior. The presidential symposium comprises four talks which focus on the function of synchronization in different social context.
Catherine Norris and U. Hess.
"Imitation, Synchronization And Empathy: Evidence From Brains, Bodies And Bots".