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Neural dynamics of grip and goal integration during the processing of others' actions with objects: An ERP study.

Abstract : Recent behavioural evidence suggests that when processing others' actions, motor acts and goal-related information both contribute to action recognition. Yet the neuronal mechanisms underlying the dynamic integration of the two action dimensions remain unclear. This study aims to elucidate the ERP components underlying the processing and integration of grip and goal-related information. The electrophysiological activity of 28 adults was recorded during the processing of object-directed action photographs (e.g., writing with pencil) containing either grip violations (e.g. upright pencil grasped with atypical-grip), goal violations (e.g., upside-down pencil grasped with typical-grip), both grip and goal violations (e.g., upside-down pencil grasped with atypical-grip), or no violations. Participants judged whether actions were overall typical or not according to object typical use. Brain activity was sensitive to the congruency between grip and goal information on the N400, reflecting the semantic integration between the two dimensions. On earlier components, brain activity was affected by grip and goal typicality independently. Critically, goal typicality but not grip typicality affected brain activity on the N300, supporting an earlier role of goal-related representations in action recognition. Findings provide new insights on the neural temporal dynamics of the integration of motor acts and goal-related information during the processing of others' actions.
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Jeremy Decroix, Clemence Roger, Solene Kalenine. Neural dynamics of grip and goal integration during the processing of others' actions with objects: An ERP study.. Scientific Reports, Nature Publishing Group, 2020, 10, pp.5065. ⟨10.1038/s41598-020-61963-7⟩. ⟨hal-02966133⟩

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