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Between Speech and Song
How does the brain distinguish between a vowel and a note in a song?
Reflections on Mirror Neurons
In 1992, a team at the University of Parma, Italy discovered what have been termed “mirror neurons” in macaque monkeys: cells that fire both when the monkey took an action (like holding a banana) and saw it performed (when a man held a banana).