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Fig. 1

From: Effect of visual orientation on mu suppression in children: a comparative EEG study with adults

Fig. 1

Example of stimuli presented during the EEG recording. Initially, no hands were displayed in the video. After approximately 1 s, the hands appeared holding switches and operating them to turn on the lights. Left: In the egocentric condition, the hands appeared from the bottom of the screen so that the action was observed as the person’s own action. Right: In the allocentric condition, the spatial orientation was rotated by 180°

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