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Jumpei Mizuno, Masashi Kawamura and Minoru Hoshiyama

When a person learns a new motor skill, it is crucial to observe the movement performed by another individual ( Wulf, Shea, & Lewthwaite, 2010 ). In such processes, the adaptation of another person’s action to one’s own body is required ( Meltzoff & Moore, 1977 ), and the mirror neuron system (MNS

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Nichola Callow, Dan Jiang, Ross Roberts and Martin G. Edwards

extended the findings of Guillot et al. ( Jiang, Edwards, Mullins, & Callow, 2015 ) and demonstrated common human Mirror Neuron System (hMNS) neural activation for the imagery modalities and perspectives of KIN, IVI, and EVI, particularly in the motor region Brodmann Area 6 (BA6). Interestingly