Tag Archives: coordination

Could you still ‘see’ one’s action even when s/he disappears?

The ability to predict and anticipate the actions of others is crucial for planning appropriate behaviours before engaging or intervening in observed action, such as the pre-judgement of partner’s next actions in the football game. Even we

What situations breed ingroup favouritism?

When we meet strangers, we are often nicer towards those that look like they belong to our own group – a behaviour often termed ingroup favouritism. Examples of what constitutes a group may have to do with

Connecting neural and communication processes during teamwork

Teamwork is fundamental to accomplishing a variety of human tasks and occurs in a variety of contexts such as medical, sports, and military settings, because when people work as a team, they can accomplish more than when