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Understanding actions.

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Dr. Kilner’s research focuses on human social interaction, specifically upon our ability to infer beliefs and intentions in other minds. Projects in his lab investigate how someone else’s intentions can be inferred by the mirror neuron system, by considering the mirror neuron system within a predictive coding framework which appeals to empirical Bayes.

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