¿Cual es la FUNCIÓN de las NEURONAS ESPEJO? ✅🧠 // NEURONAS ESPEJO ¿que son?

¿Cual es la FUNCIÓN de las NEURONAS ESPEJO? ✅🧠 // NEURONAS ESPEJO ¿que son?

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hello how about ccoo scientists how are you today we are going to talk about a very interesting topic you have wondered why when a person yawns we also do it or why we say that a person is against us and their good or bad vibes this is thanks some do not do the so-called mirror neurons stay until the end of the video to learn more about these interesting neurons and mirrors are not the nerve cells that are activated when a person observes an action of another person it is considered that mirror neurons participate in adaptation processes in society since they allow us to understand the actions and intentions of other people asked why when we see a person smile it puts us in a good mood or infects us with their happiness or when we see a person with a negative expression we say that their bad vibes is thanks to these neurons these neurons are activated when seeing other people's faces whether they express happiness b This is thanks to a study that showed this result and not only this, but the neurons are located at
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the brain level in a region where it is linked to the limbic system known as the emotional brain in charge of regulating solutions, the researcher concluded that thanks This relationship of the activation of the mirror neurons and the emotional brain is achieved that the person who observes the emotion can also feel it in a few words if we see that a person is happy we can make ourselves happy if we see that a person is sad We can feel rich or sad white, too, that's why we always made a person have good or bad vibes but vibes do not exist, everything is thanks to mirror neurons and these neurons were described by the Italian scientist giacomo rizzolatti that when placing electrodes on primates in the brain region known as the premotor cerebral cortex it is responsible for planning, selecting and detecting movements observed that a primate albert as an advisor to this scientist took an object had an unknown activity in a specific brain region this although the animal remained completely immobile after several
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investigations it was concluded that these neurons were related to understanding of the actions of others and the process of understanding the intention of said actions she and her friend before continuing with the video do not forget to subscribe to our channel here you will find psychology content that you will not see anywhere else so what are you waiting for To subscribe, the teacher in the classroom took a fundamental role in the learning process of his students, but did you know that his attitude or the way they enter the classroom even influences so that his students have good behavior, this was revealed in a investigation where the author stated that the attitude that the teacher shows when entering the classroom will determine the behaviors and attitudes of the students, this based on the fact that mirror neurons have a fundamental role in identifying and understanding the emotional state of the person being observed, then the students understand and identify the emotions of the teacher and in this way they go to choose how to behave during class and their way of learning mirror neurons are essential to understand the actions and
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feelings of other people these nerve cells react to emotions and actions the person recognizing these actions more easily understands the intentions of another person studies show that in humans these cells are located in brain regions such as the inferior parietal lobe of the premotor cortex and the superior temporal sulcus we put ourselves in the shoes of others thanks to mirror standards if we can identify and feel the emotions of other people is thanks to is These nerve cells, for example, when we see a person who suffers a blow and screams or makes a gesture of pain, we worry or have a mansion in relation to the situation, this of course unless there is a condition that prevents us from feeling empathy in the situations mirror neurons according to recent studies allow us to limit the intentions of other people in our brain that is why we can understand the emotions of other people these neurons are activated when we see and hear others express their emotions as if we were
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feeling during this activation they would be signals to the brain region in charge of the emotions limbic system the response to this region allows us to feel the emotions associated with the face or speech of the other person, for example in the happiness associated with the smile or sadness associated with crying recent studies indicate that these mirror neurons are altered in the tra Autism spectrum disorder that is why individuals who have this disorder are affected in social interaction in their language and have an absence of empathy but there is still a lot of scientific research related to this issue, although there is a lot of scientific information that supports the neurons wasted paper In emotions and empathy, there are also many authors who recognize that the evidence is still very poor in certain aspects and that further action is required from studies to be able to more safely verify the function of these nerve cells, thank you very much for staying until end of the video telling in the comments what you think of these neurons and if you knew their fundamental role in
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