domingo, 29 de diciembre de 2013
The mirror phase and mirror neurons
The ability to recognize oneself in a mirror, once considered a uniquely human attribute, is shared by great apes, dolphins, elephants and magpies. Diana Reiss (Hunter College, CUNY) discusses comparative studies of mirror self-recognition in dolphins and elephants, which show striking similarities to humans and great apes in regard to their behavior when exposed to a mirror. Recorded on 10/18/2013. Series: "CARTA: Mind Reading: Human Origins and Theory of Mind"