Detecting errors in one’s own and in others’ actions is a crucial ability for motor and social learning and for implementing flexible behaviors. After cerebrovascular damage, error detection in observed actions might be impaired, in particular in presence of Anosognosia for Hemiplegia (AHP), a condition characterized by a lack of awareness for self (and sometimes others’) motor deficits. In the present study we aimed to explore error recognition mechanisms in stroke patients, focusing on the effects of perspective of observation (first -1PP- and third-person- 3PP) and social context (like the presence of others).

Error recognition in stroke patients: the role of perspective and social context

Maddalena Beccherle;
2022

Abstract

Detecting errors in one’s own and in others’ actions is a crucial ability for motor and social learning and for implementing flexible behaviors. After cerebrovascular damage, error detection in observed actions might be impaired, in particular in presence of Anosognosia for Hemiplegia (AHP), a condition characterized by a lack of awareness for self (and sometimes others’) motor deficits. In the present study we aimed to explore error recognition mechanisms in stroke patients, focusing on the effects of perspective of observation (first -1PP- and third-person- 3PP) and social context (like the presence of others).
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