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Converging neuroscientific evidence suggests the existence of close links between language and sensorimotor cognition. Accordingly, during the comprehension of meaningful actions, our brain would recruit semantic-related operations similar to those associated with the processing of language information. Consistent with this view, electrophysiological findings show that the N400 component, traditionally linked to the semantic processing of linguistic material, can also be elicited bydoi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00057 pmid:23459873 pmcid:PMC3586681 fatcat:fu5sji5ymvgbvodgqaqzshqgfq