What are mirror neurons and what is their role in movement? How were they discovered? Can you think of any other behaviors that could be influenced or explained by mirror neurons? Please explain your example in detail. Make sure to cite any sources and reply to at least to one other student.
A mirror neuron is described as the neuron that propels when an animal observes an action performed by another animal and when the animal itself acts. Meaning, the neuron reflects the conduct of the other animal like though the observer itself were acting, especially in primates. The brain activity in human performing similar action is found in the premotor cortext, the primary somatosensory cortext,