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Space around others perceived just as our own

A new study has shown that neurons in our brain 'mirror' the space near others, just as if this was the space near ourselves. The study sheds new light on a question that has long preoccupied psychologists and neuroscientists regarding the way in which the brain represents other people and the events that happens to those people.
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