Kristiana Marie Hubley

Kristiana Marie Hubley
Brandeis University · Department of Neuroscience

Master of Science

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Introduction
Many posit that sensorimotor resonance is a critical component of empathy, underlying empathy’s first fundamental process of understanding actions of others. (...) However, the research is underpowered and filled with many discrepancies in findings and disagreements in methodology. With 250 participants constituting a high-powered study, I investigated the relationship between motor resonance and trait empathy, at the two spectrum ends of action understanding.

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Sensorimotor resonance, the vicarious activation of the sensory motor system during observation of another's actions, is thought to contribute to important social functions including empathy. Previous research has shown that sensorimotor resonance, as measured by suppression of the electrophysiological (EEG) mu rhythm, is predicted by trait empathy...

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