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contributed equally to the work. Two experiments investigated the network involved in the visual perception of walking. Video clips of forward and backward walk (real walk direction) were shown either as recorded, or reversed in time (rendering). In Experiment 1 (identification task), participants were asked to indicate whether or not the stimulus was time-reversed. In Experiment 2 (free-viewing), participants viewed the video clips passively. Identification accuracy was good with the moredoi:10.1093/cercor/bhu008 pmid:24532318 fatcat:7j2fdnyewvcnhcyaklwe3labte