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Is it true that mirror neurons can make a man with an amputated arm feel sensation just by looking at someone else's arm, like Ramachandran said?

Ramachandran's original research can be found at: Ramachandran V. S. (2005). Plasticity and functional recovery in neurology. Clinical medicine (London, England), 5(4), 368–373. https://doi.org/10....
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Is it true that mirror neurons can make a man with an amputated arm feel sensation just by looking at someone else's arm, like Ramachandran said?

Mirror neurons exist and have been recorded from in primates and humans - these are cells that respond to the actions and inferred perceptions of others. In papers by Ramachandran and others, they ...
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