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Physiological studies of perfectly still observers have shown interesting correlations between increasing effortfulness of observed actions and increases in heart and respiration rates. Not much is known about the cortical response induced by observing effortful actions. The aim of this study was to investigate the time course and neural correlates of perception of implied motion, by presenting 260 pictures of human actions differing in degrees of dynamism and muscular exertion. ERPs weredoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0005389 pmid:19421311 pmcid:PMC2671843 fatcat:7jorrthqjzde3jl3rr76hkqihq