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Action imitation task

Name: Action imitation task
Description: A task in which a participant sees another person perform an action and later performs the same action him-herself. Imitation can be immediate or delayed. It can be instructed or elicited implicitly (without the participantand's conscious awareness). The actions imitated can be familar-meaningful actions or unfamilar-meaningless actions.
Super-category: Behavioral Experimental Paradigm
*Id: nlx_146017
CAO_Id: CAO_00795
Contributor: Antonia Hamilton
Cognitive_Atlas_Link: http://www.cognitiveatlas.org/concept/Action_imitation_task
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CAO IdCAO_00795  +
Cognitive Atlas Linkhttp://www.cognitiveatlas.org/concept/Action_imitation_task  +
ContributorAntonia Hamilton  +
Created27 April 2010 08:37:00  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionA task in which a participant sees another A task in which a participant sees another person perform an action and later performs the same action him-herself. Imitation can be immediate or delayed. It can be instructed or elicited implicitly (without the participantand's conscious awareness). The actions imitated can be familar-meaningful actions or unfamilar-meaningless actions. actions or unfamilar-meaningless actions.
Idnlx_146017  +
LabelAction imitation task  +
ModifiedDate5 February 2013  +
SuperCategoryBehavioral Experimental Paradigm  +