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so logically are those little cells in your brain the very thing that make us human . no it's not true because actually or so a monkey have a mirror it's a mechanism for sensory representation into multiple tissues so i go to have. a cup of coffee i have the same both in a position in my brain he's grasping coffee so this make it easy it's variation it's because it's. the other people in on my group discovered the birds so some birds have these mechanisms so then in humans it has been just for that but it's not exclusivity in human beings so why is it that humans actually insights and compassion and not in monkeys. humans they don't know certainly human immune or make an even it's
a much more diffuse the best example because it's difficult to speak about because what it means could beijing on you which is the the mother does the more cups. even the dog or the cats so some kind of completion should be present in god it was but that is something which is typical to humans. we are able to even date the monkey even chimps able to do it or that if we're going to talk about imitation a bit later but i still want to get back to how our mirror neurons to from those of monkeys or animals or birds is it that our mirror neurons themselves are more developed boys it's just that we are more complex creatures no we have more. mirror mechanisms present many centers so it's present for example incentives related to empathy to emotion and so on so i think india. much the
better but he says the leader always deceive. insult. but the connection is much more diffuse it didn't reach him and the method is flexible so if you have the border defended it which is vital to the like you the father beats you very likely does make it is will be somehow suppressive if you also will be bad men then the point which i often stress is ideology if you do so many do not see what happened in germany is terrible during this period because one of the most civilized country do decide that jews are not humans. that are mentioned in the war and therefore they can be destroyed so the mechanism it's a very flexible and weak so idiology should force it so you can be very fruitful and at the same time very dangerous because it's all very volatile
but the coach should increase it rather than the destroyer it. proves that i'm saying that it's so vulnerable but you can actually it's very funny if you think we can only in the normal. mode really did think about a policeman. could be very harsh but that's good because if the police is too good it's that they would policeman the surgeon the surgeon have to see the blood but he doesn't stop. because that's his job so the mechanism could be moderately to even the normal person but with society but from what i understand you in the bases of other things believe in the good of the human nature so you're saying that empathy is biological trucks up person not i think that humans are born. to a stick with a strong feeling towards the otherwise the mother would never have cheated for
a way that what you're saying makes all the economists. theory wrong because economists are actually saying doubt self-interest is what drives humanity that is the main thing behind not completely true because if you think of the. founder of the liberal economy the hero of the before of his most famous book which is to have ordination another we worry about the moral sentiment and he also said that. there is a very nice said he said or do or person could be very good. he's sensitive to the . state of the light when the happy so even in the economy that is the. idea that it's not only. the person so you brought up violence earlier on when you witness
cruelty or you witness while and you. often efforts as but with the victim but you're also a mere rowing that cry right if you witnessing violence does that make you directly the victim of the crime because your memory. because right now when you turn on t.v. all you see is violence violence and. plasters are very violent video games are veiled violence and it's very important for us the new generation and the young generation to understand to what extent the violence that we don't experience physically on us but we witness affects our brains explain that to me i think that essentially we became used to it so we don't feel so strongly as it was twenty or thirty years ago so we see all the time the. newbie can use something which is really i don't care so much the biggest role is completely different we
use it to see. the movie but we don't it's not true if you say vitamin c. destry it would because it does a spade it is a very interesting experiment. to cheat. and then. we divide it and defect was completed before they were really scared when they saw in the theater. of the scare you so they realize that it is different from what was he. trying to figure out if violent behavior in general can be contagious for instance if you look at the sandy hook who attacked the elementary school in america police found paper clippings that he had say from noways rape who had massacred people here before. but
it's true but that it's not only. so it's not just violence is the tone device so we can keep on watching tyrant films yes it's ok. so what about blind or deaf people do they also have some how are they actually inoculated and experiment. and they have the meter mechanism that they did to two. for example you can recognize many action by sound. they did it when i was even better people who have good sight because there are more sensitive and it's more developed because they have to use these modality. so to me run there are actually form our perception of art we know the people who knows how to play a piano one the hear music they have. in their brain much more different in the
other people then that is a very nice experiment with. one another people and they have a very strong reaction in their brain the people who is unable to very weak it is interesting that if you see another. like which is a version. of. four plus we believe a lot if you. know even exactly me or you. won the c. . cup weight. cup weight or they have a very strong leader in effect what is it so new and groundbreaking about the mirror neurons that we don't already know i mean it's obvious that when you see someone eating on t.v. you get hungry and you see someone beating up a child to get emotional so what is it so groundbreaking about your. emotion for
example easier to just or normal people is that i. understand emotion in two ways one two ways it's complicated ways for example i read to. people has been that they say all my. bt but my heart it's not decrease to be doing my daughter money. instead the mechanism we describe it is that if a thief already knew this. so of you and me. and it's not that. it's not that there's two that you want to be but they feel that's that's the big thing. visual as their view something new order to act that. need to emotion when they have. you are and when see that you are
i have of this see you are that's definitely the most strong in favor of that you and me of the sea because a discordant feel that you are you are being like me you have no idea it's instead to complete the fact that it's very cold oh my goodness don't you people. that carry the water to freeze see some body which i'd like for example it's might be. we became disabled person and we know that makes it more clear. for people of the same is true for other actions i've mentioned before about . so but about the disgust we have. we have a very nice they know nothing there is a center for the laughing and when you see somebody rafi then you don't need to be fiery to make an experience. but
see you don't laugh when they're off i don't know what. it was it. is it was yeah i keep forgetting you're too smart. you know we called it. the politicians of my own makes my oh yeah we did mouth when i. steal movie. you have all these muscles contract professor we're going to take a break right now we're back we'll continue talking to dr jackal maudie's a law professor at the university of parma renowned new your scientist who is actually responsible for this coverage of. stay with us.
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all in debt and what exactly devoid society from the whatever the government tried to do it wasn't nicely maybe. it might be making things worse. by saying this is not work this is. hopelessly disastrously wrong done not once up close enough lose often not done what might have been a top the definition is enough i'm back in the. one seeking i need. to take in the equal city. to get with that and then you're going to bring. how we think i'm. not. going to know one of each. side's out.
just get feeling if one means or less just now you know be do better than this one tokyo fund it is going to keep going. that. was because did it busy little cultural trivia. these. were back with dr jackal motors or lap day who the man responsible for the discovery of mirror neurons or talking about how we are nerds of fact human beings
and our behavior supervisor you want to talk about sports right because there are a lot of parallels with sports and studies have showed that young soccer players increased their confidence in their play just by visualizing there are moves before they do it so. thinking basically the same thing as doing it that's it's another make it is very close to me or make it is which is called it mother imagery so month or even is the capacity to think about yourself doing auction there's visited especially in france visionaire or margin but that's the same. which are evolving. there in voted for one thing so you know there are a lot if i go serve you doing this or a thing that i am doing death you're on fire so the. trade there knows that there is a before. her inside your brain the action that's very
useful for for traders for the so if you can affect the way you play and your performance ten observing someone let's say lifting weights actually affects your is a whole really. doesn't mind could be repeated but if you observe somebody fifteen your muscle increases. so you know you can do everything but you know what is interesting in this field is that now we are working on this in a group what's called an action observation therapy if you have for example broken your legs. and then you have a cast you walk into strangely one casts out used to continue to walk in a strange way you have to make a rehabilitation if you look and feel him in you see that you are walking in the a correct way this mechanism which you had before became rehearsal and you know one
week you have no so it's really almost magic so you learn pretty much anything by just watching someone else watching film. it is the demeanor makers that the visual. but i'm just trying to figure out how much to know there is going to be a cruel system and the mirror neurons are related. action the meter maker to be the octave if you know if you show it to be a. freddo. not to vote because you see the color of the shape. of. the dress is sold but it's not to the meter make it is related to motion so it's. movement of. your emotional to ask you very tricky question very early question. you something. are the mirror
neurons responsible. for the parts of the body that you can enact that change while visualizing or mirroring or i can watch someone lose weight. yes what i lose weight to when i see someone like exercising like crazy you know when it's burning fat wouldn't my fat burning as well do you. think about if i really. just want to ask a question as to a person who studies human brain. brain types very like the brain of a genius is a different. shape than brain of a normal person for instance or a brain of a person who is very good in mathematics is it different from the brain of a person who is good and know it's not microscopically for the difference in the connection we know the brain is that it's not particularly different from. the
difference in the connection that you have about the size of the base was the beginning of the last change or did people who were measuring the braid that it. very brave to get in for have the huge grade. but there don't just stupid people who have a big very. creative was ignored was pretty. talk to you about a topic that's very important to me how the mayor neurons actually shed light on possibly shed light on autism. some people all of interpreting mirror neurons that broken mirror neurons means autism which is true or it's the disease and there is a moment of your life you each typically you must have emotion on demand.
for normal people is enough with the mother is doing normally for other people that's not enough you know how you would beat bligh today and so you have much more strong emotion and would otherwise be nazis which made. your emotions and the better up in you dog them. and therefore you are unable to understand them so if you're in there as are partially explaining exactly for i should explain how it is and can they possibly partially also help improve. how by is that before the only way we have now it's to giving more. each and increases your social ability so did the people who work so we just have to get a lot of play trying to understand what she likes or what he did and so on
if you do know already. after a while you stop. me but i must say another thing when we speak of voters we have to distinguish. we have normally that it is or even very high that. we have a very low that age and so the way to treat their it's different when you have just to allow them to socialize in the other is you have to re-install the f.t. to interact with the other people in addition to the social but in general you. by some exercise. outside stimulus hands or develop. the only we know it's doing things for example there is a very nice experiment made in the hole we cheated when the child is unable to walk
because it's too small or if you show that she walking there is no activity. as soon as they start to walk you can. point to. strong activation so when you have the ability you understand much better both to be so you greased the number of the orbiter so for most of action it's very easy for motion they don't know how to do it. can you keep your brain healthy i mean you're someone who studies what do you do what kind of exercise where that it's clear that in order to keep your brain have the you have to do most of the exercise you have to have social relations and you have to actually interest you have destroyed things then you don't become old at sixty but you become only tonight. even if you know this very g.'s you come out of sight if you are. people who eat lloyd. no interest
you become very likely. and when you are sixty you have a culture you don't become a very old that's a good explanation because you have medical action so even you would lose part of the you still have sufficient to interact with the other people if you are the poor man and we the culture when you lost your few connections you become nothing so like stop start playing chess or doing math very good yeah something like that yeah ok well you're sort of also exists physically exists. it's a very strange. why physically exists your mental capacity but doing so makes your size when you are older it's good but i haven't noticed that when i run because i run in the mornings i think twice as fast but here yes. well one thing. you know where you played that is you feel very well i feel
a bit with the why because we have. their feet and when you do it it's like a drug that efficient drug so it's. great to braid and you feel good you do but you have the drug right now with all these new technologies information is very reachable you don't need to read books anymore you don't have the letters you tap google and everything you want to know is there. how does that affect your brain. too to face this story one face is that certainly you could and much faster you go to your computer you know everything about to just. before you have to go to a library so from this point it's very good what is very bad for social security you often see to see due to errors which is said of picking one together
everyone has own telephone and they're talking with another person to get or. this is the person and he became very soft weak so that the danger of the technology so you think just the personal relations but they don't affect the brain because if you learn fast you forget that no. i don't know but certainly you will you have more information. but the social aspect it's dangerous. because if you well i have a david around cheated and they spend most of the playing with the telephone before their way plays. imagining may be doing now it's step one you somehow have and i'm sure they had to talk with you but they soon as feeling should have that that if so they play you. in general do our brain undergo evolution i mean they gain certain skills and lose others. well if you
speak of who should. know because we know there is no good you shouldn't do it volvo or brady but. of course it's been. twenty years. or drop in devices. what are the skills that we have lost except for social interaction not social interaction that we have. gone through. right professor thank you very much for this very interesting and it wasn't too difficult for you to answer questions. through as. they were think thank you.
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